‘America’s Got Talent’: Who made the cut? And who didn’t?

SPOILER ALERT: This post contains information from Wednesday night’s results installment of “America’s Got Talent” on NBC. The show has already aired on the East Coast.

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‘America’s Got Talent’: Bay Area teen Sophie Pecora makes her mark

“America’s Got Talent” finally reached the live-show phase on Tuesday night as 12 acts — including Danville’s Sophie Pecora — went all out in an effort to win viewer votes.

Now comes the heart-wrenching part. On Wednesday’s Results Show, we were forced to say good-bye to five of those acts. So who advanced — and who didn’t?

We’ll start with Pecora, the 15-year-old singer-rapper who made her mark with original songs about teen angst, self-image and bullying. At the top of the show, host Terry Crews announced that Sophie, along with 13-year-old country singer Ansley Burns and the high-kicking dance group Emerald Belles were up for the Dunkin’ save.

Not a good sign.

And it was Burns who won the save, meaning that Pecora and the Belles were out.

Sophie Pecora

It was a bit of a stunner as Pecora was a Golden Buzzer winner (thanks to Brad Paisley) and Monday’s field of performers wasn’t the strongest collectively we’ve ever seen on “AGT.” But it also didn’t help that Pecora’s original song — “Happy In LA” — wasn’t as memorable and/or relatable as her previous two.

So who else will join Burns in the “AGT” semifinals? They are:

— Alex Dowis, a light projection artist

— Luke Islam, a 12-year-old singer

— Kodi Lee, a 22-year-old singer who may have owned the night with his emotional cover of “Bridge Over Troubled Water.”

— Voices of Service, a singing group

— Messoudi Brothers, a muscle-bound hand-balancing trio

— Greg Morton, an impressionist who did a funny bit with dialogue from famous films, including “The Godfather” and …read more

Source:: The Mercury News – Entertainment


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