Tonight, you had a feeling almost from the beginning of the “America’s Got Talent” results show that there was going to be a situation where the ballroom siblings (in Ruby & Jonas and D’Angelo and Amanda) were going to somehow be saved until the end of the show.
Group One – VSU Gospel Chorale, David Fenley, and Selena Mykenzie Gordon
This was an interesting group of singers, but we had this pegged earlier in the week: David Fenley is a singer with a raspy voice and a bushy beard, so really he could have went up there with the “Chicken Dance” and America would have voted for him. They love their singers, and we were a little disappointed that he advanced over the far-superior choir.
Group Two – 2Unique, Sam Johnson, Melody Caballero, and Catapult Entertainment
Well, we all knew that this one was a no-brainer. Catapult got the best spot and was miles better than any of these other acts, even when you throw in here that Sam was probably better than the judges were willing to give him credit for.
Group Three – D’Angelo & Amanda and Ruby & Jonas
We thought that this showdown was going to involve the judges, and instead, it just involved America. D’Angelo’s team was clearly the strongest, and we were left with this awkward mess of Ruby crying on the stage with her brother near her. We really feel bad for Jonas, given that we’re not quite sure that anyone knew he ever existed.
Group Four – John Wing, Sprice, and Duo Resonance
Wait, how did Sprice make it this far in the show? Well, it was inevitable he was going to be sent off, leaving us with two very good acts, but it was John who was the one that got the vote from the judges.
Do you think that America made the right choices? If you want to read our full review from tonight’s episode, you can do so here. We’ll also have up a wild-card announcement soon at this link, so stay tuned.