It felt a little bit out of place thanks to NFL football airing on Wednesday night, but Thursday brought us the final “America’s Got Talent” results for the semifinal rounds. Thanks to this show, we now know the six acts that are going to squaring off next week in order to land the headlining show in Las Vegas and the title of grand champion.
The one thing that we are personally thrilled about? For the first time in the show’s history, we are assured of a winner that will not be a singer. Here are the four acts that made it to the end of the show.
Lightwire Theater – What this group does with lighting and costumes are entertaining, but we do worry that they do not bring anything new to the table that we have not seen previously from Team iLuminate or Defying Gravity.
David Garibaldi and His CMYK’s – If you love what David does with art and dance, this may be music to your ears. David may be one of the most original acts in the history of the show, and he does deserve one final showcase.
Olate Dogs – How can you not love these dogs? We were worried Tuesday that they were bringing out the same tricks over and over again, but what impressed us was that they introduced a new dog at the end of their show, and she was fantastic working with the trainers.
The Untouchables – In a bit of an upset, this dance group beat out the likes of Tim Hockenberry and many others to take this last spot. Do you want to know an even bigger surprise? They were one of the two acts that made it into the top 2 automatically along with the dogs.
With Olate Dogs and the Untouchables through, we had a shocking decision between two acts who we actually think should have been put through right away. We would have chose David for the finale, and surprisingly the judges made the same decision. Howard was the deciding vote, and he chose David despite getting some tough criticism from him Tuesday.
Do you think these were the right choices? If you want to read our full review from Tuesday night’s performance show, you can do so by taking off to the link here.