On Tuesday night’s episode of “America’s Got Talent” the performers came in the hopes of vowing the audience and judges alike with their talent, and so many of them did just that. It was a night of grace, beauty, and awe-inspiring auditions.
There was Emily West, somewhat quirky and shy who began to sing and her voice was melodious and outstanding leaving everyone cheering and without question she was sent through. The acts that are most memorable are those where the performer or performers seem a bit off during the interview and when they come out on stage they just do not give a positive vibe, but then as they start their audition everyone is left speechless at first, such was the case with the singing quartet named Legacy, they could not even remember what their group was called at first, but they did an excellent job singing. And then there was Rachel Butera who was fascinating with her imitation of celebrities who are so recognized by their unique sounding voices. Then there was Mat Franco, at first somewhat uncomfortable on stage, but then his magic trick was unique and mesmerizing to everyone in the audience and viewers alike.
No one will ever forget Paul Ieti a serviceman who was overwhelmed by the immensity of the stage and appeared to have issues at first, but then managed to get over the initial hurdle and his singing was beautiful and endearing. Of course there was Christina Stoinev who balanced his entire body on a finger, but this is one of those acts that posses the question, “how far can he go to continue on throughout the competition?” And then Maggie Lane a soprano with a beautiful voice, who nonetheless, decided to remove her dress while singing and showed a beautiful body covered by a tiny red bikini.
And to close the show was a 12 year old comedian, -Josh Orlian-, performing for the first time before anyone other than his parents and brothers, and although shy and taken back at first, managed to get a hold of himself and was outstanding with his off color jokes with innuendos, original material and coming from such an unlikely performer makes the jokes sound funnier; outstanding audition.
“America’s Got Talent” runs on Tuesday at 8 p.m. EDT on NBC.