America's Got Talent Episodes

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America's Got Talent Season 3 episodes

America's Got Talent Season 3, Episode 20

The final five acts perform---and the winner is revealed---in the Season 3 finale. read more

America's Got Talent Season 3, Episode 19

The Top 5 acts take the stage. read more

America's Got Talent Season 3, Episode 18

The final five acts are revealed. British songstress Natasha Bedingfield performs "Angel." read more

America's Got Talent Season 3, Episode 17

The Top 10 acts show off their skills. read more

America's Got Talent Season 3, Episode 16

The Top 10 acts are unveiled. read more

America's Got Talent Season 3, Episode 15

Ten of the Top 20 performers showcase their talents. read more

America's Got Talent Season 3, Episode 14

Ten of the Top 20 acts perform. read more

America's Got Talent Season 3, Episode 13

Ten of the Top 40 performers are featured. read more

America's Got Talent Season 3, Episode 12

Ten of the Top 40 acts showcase their talents. read more

America's Got Talent Season 3, Episode 11

Ten of the Top 40 acts take the stage. read more

America's Got Talent Season 3, Episode 10

Ten of the Top 40 acts showcase their talents. read more

America's Got Talent Season 3, Episode 9

Top acts from the audition rounds return in the "Vegas Callbacks." read more

America's Got Talent Season 3, Episode 8

The best acts from the seven-week audition process return to showcase their talents in the "Vegas Callbacks." read more

America's Got Talent Season 3, Episode 7

Week 7 of offbeat competition features acts gleaned from online auditions. Included: an Ozzy Osbourne impersonator; a most-unusual musical rendering of "Climb Every Mountain"; and a singing performance by an Iraq War vet. read more

America's Got Talent Season 3, Episode 6

Judges David Hasselhoff, Piers Morgan and Sharon Osbourne continue to appraise diverse entertainers in Week 6 of the talent competition. read more

America's Got Talent Season 3, Episode 5

Atlanta and Dallas are the destinations when eclectic entertainers perform in Week 5 of the colorful competition. read more

Auditions, Week Four Season 3, Episode 4

Piers, Sharon, The Hoff and Jerry are back in Atlanta to start off week four.Billy Dodson - He's big, he's burly, he's imposing. He gets on stage and sings...soprano? Three quick X's.Alex Pyles - A 10-year-old cutie with a great southern accent. She comes out on stage with her father, and they perform a combination of acrobatics, gymnastics and self-defense. I mean, they are hurling each other around the stage and kicking the you-know-what out of each other (with very light contact). Piers gives 'em an instant X. Sharon and The Hoff are intrigued. Piers asks a very valid question: how can this act help you win the competition? Sharon asks if Alex and her Dad are sent on to Vegas, how can they build upon this act in the upcoming weeks? Alex: "I would bring in more people and fight off more attackers because it's not always one person who attacks you." Can't argue with that. She wins Sharon over and they're headed to Vegas.Sarah Lenore - She comes out with her guitar and belts out Car... read more

Auditions, Week Three Season 3, Episode 3

Piers, Sharon, The Hoff and Jerry embark on week three of scouring the country looking for the USA's best talent.Remember, the contestants who get the nod move on to Vegas. The ultimate winner collects $1 million and a Vegas contract.This week we start in Dallas (where, by the way, ventriloquist Terry Fator was discovered last year).Corky Duke - does some kind of cowboy contortionist routine. Three quick X's. But, you know what? He can kick kind of high.The Rodeo Rhythm Kings - Three cowboys (oh, right, we're in Dallas) playing the violin, bass and geetar. They also tried to harmonize. X-X-X.Then a quick series of rejected acts: a guy jumping off a horse, a woman trying to catch hula hoops,a guy snapping and clapping his fingers.The judges and the Springer-ized energetic audience appear to have seen enough.Holly Hardin - She's nahn-TAY-in (19). Sings These Boots Are Made For Walking and the audience is buying it. No X's, but Sharon is not in love with her singing. Piers likes her, b... read more

Auditions, Week Two Season 3, Episode 2

Week Two of finding the nation's best talent. And, sadly, again in standard definition. Piers, Sharon and The Hoff are in L.A. with Jerry. The judges' picks move onto the next round in Las Vegas, all vying for a grand prize of $1 million and a Vegas contract. Victoria - a singing fairy (and part-time nanny) who sings in a three-and-a-half octave voice. Er, right. She is perhaps three and a half notes into When You Wish Upon a Star when Piers issues an 'X' with a buzzer that blows everyone's ears out. Then she's no'd out the door.Daniel Avila - He compares himself to Luciano Pavarotti, but sounds more like Chef Boyardee. Hoff howls like a dog. Gone.Polina Nikiforova - She (looks like a he with a mustache) and her mother playing ther keyboard. Polina does everything with a pair of cymbals but clap them together. Three quick X's.Eli Mattson - Inspirational story of a young man who's had some rough financial times. I'm hoping he does well. Sings Walking in Memphis and he's pretty good,... read more

New York, Chicago & Los Angeles Season 3, Episode 1

We're back for another season and the first thing I notice is this show is not in high definition. Uh, NBC, 2008 called and it will see you now. This show takes place in a darn theater. I think you guys can dig up a few HD cameras. OK, I feel better.The big news is that this year's winner wins $1 million and a gig in Las Vegas. That's big. Plus, we learn last year's winner, ventriloquist Terry Fator, has just signed a $100 million deal to perform in Vegas.Piers Morgan, Sharon Osborne, David Hasselhoff and host Jerry Springer are back, and they're holding auditions in New York, Chicago and Los Angeles.Bill Curlee aka "Serious Mysterious" - Not a bad Tom Jones impression, until he began singing. Instant X's from Piers, Hoff and the entire audience. Sharon, strangley, lets him finish. Did she think it was Ozzy? (vote: 3 no's)Nick Afanasiev - the guy can just about lick his entire nose with his tongue. Would this work in Vegas? All X's.The judges were modestly entertained by Lady J and ... read more

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Premise: A talent search from the producers of `American Idol' features a variety of acts (singers, dancers, comedians, acrobats, jugglers and more) competing for fame and a million-dollar prize.

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