Yes, among the constant name-dropping of One Direction, there were some results tonight.
This was followed by the subsequent confirmation that the judges have the power to polish a turd and convince America to buy it if they so decide to. Williamson was confirmed to have advanced, after which Howard Stern proceeded to blow smoke up his pants about how wonderful it is that America's Got Talent can showcase someone "special" like Taylor Williamson.
Seems more likely that America just wants to keep Williamson somewhere they can see him. Otherwise he'd be out on the street again staring slack-jawed at department store mannequins and trying to hold hands with strangers on the subway.
Why is this an atrocity? Consider who this left: Dave Fenley, Cami Bradley, and Catapult Entertainment. That means Taylor Williamson accumulated more votes than at least two of those acts, in addition to all of the other acts that had been eliminated before him (Jonathan Allen and Angela Hoover are probably hitting the bottle as we speak).
The last act confirmed, by the way, was Cami Bradley. Yes ladies and gentlemen, that means Catapult Entertainment, the act that, only one week ago, had been declared the best act to ever perform on America's Got Talent, was bested in total votes by the unholy union of Vince Vaughn and Pee-wee Herman.
Unsurprisingly, Mel B. first voted for Dave Fenley, who had devoted his entire performance the night before to pandering to her. Mercifully, the other three voted in favor of Catapult Entertainment.
Before this vote, Howard Stern revealed his wild card pick: Leon & Romy. The fate of the KriStef Brothers was also stated to still be unknown.