We had quite a night of results on “America’s Got Talent” Wednesday — with so many solid acts on the program from the night before, we knew there were going to be some disappointments. However, by and large we have to give America credit for putting through most of the stronger acts — even if there was one mistake.
Sandou Trio Russian Bar v. Zuma Zuma v. Matt Wilhelm v. Team iLuminate
It is interesting that the show decided to clump this group together like this. While Zuma Zuma was entertaining Tuesday night, iLuminate is the only group here that you can really guarantee will be put through to the next round.
As expected, this was the end result. iLuminate is moving on to the next round, and the rest are out of the competition.
Poplyfe v. Lys Agnes
Despite how tired we are of opera singers (and the fact that Lys Anges received too much credit for an arrangement that Jai McDowall already performed on “Britain’s Got Talent” earlier this season), both Lys and Poplyfe went through. Are they both fantastic? Sure, but we also dream of a world where the “AGT” finale is populated with more than just singers.
Melissa Villasenor v. Miami All-Stars v. Kevin Colis
This list bums us out, mainly because we would have rather seen Melissa go through than Lys Agnes — but Miami All-Stars did deserve their spot in the finale.
Beth Ann Robinson v. Daniel Joseph Baker v. West Springfield Dance Team
We expected this to be a battle between West Springfield Dance and Daniel, and the judges had to make the tough decision. We expected Daniel to be put through, but in dubbing this “the year of dance,” both Howie Mandel and Piers Morgan decided to go with the scary stylings of West Springfield.
What do you think of the five acts that were put through? We also have the video of Prince Poppycock’s performance from the show.