On America’s Got Talent 2012 tonight, we return to Las Vegas to watch as the contestants try to impress the judges enough to make the Top 24. Last night on America’s Got Talent 2012, we watched some acts be eliminated, while we had to wait to find out the fate of others. Who will be the next to go home this week? Read on in our America’s Got Talent 2012 recap of Vegas day two and find out!

WARNING: AMERICA’S GOT TALENT 2012 SPOILERS AHEAD

This post contains America’s Got Talent 2012 spoilers about Tuesday night’s episode. Please stop reading here if you do not want to know what happened.

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On America’s Got Talent 2012 last night, the contestants were split into two categories. The first set was labelled as the ‘judges’ favorites’ and they were given the opportunity to perform first for a spot in the Top 48. The rest of the contestants were labelled as ‘standbys’ and were forced to wait to perform second for any remaining spots that might be left.

Although we did find out the fate of a few contestants last night, the majority of the decisions about the performers so far this week have not yet been announced. We did say goodbye to Charly C, Ivy Rose, the Bandz Brothers and Luna.

Tonight we’ll watch more of the contestants perform one more time for the judges in an attempt to make the Top 48 and learn the fate of more of the remaining competitors. Ready to find out who got through and who went home? Well, let’s get right on to our America’s Got Talent 2012 recap for Tuesday night, shall we?

Up first tonight is the magic acts, kicking off with mind reader Eric Dittleman. This guy is really kind of creepy. Sharon Osbourne claims she actually made up what she was thinking, it wasn’t real. I guess a good magic act is when you really do wish you could figure out how someone does something.

After the mind reader, we have Taylor Reed, followed by Justin Rivera. The judges really have no comment about either of them. Crazy escape artist Spencer Horsman, however, elicits quite a reaction from the judges when he submerges himself in water, handcuffed, with locks holding him down, wearing a blindfold. Sharon is really worried about him, but he manages to pull off his escape and the judges love it. I’m pretty sure he’ll be making it through to the Top 48.

On stage next are the vocal groups with Eric and Olivia first, followed by father/daughter duo Maurice and Shanice Hayes. They were okay, but not spectacular and she flubbed the performance somewhat. Jorge and his daughter Alexa perform next and unfortunately it isn’t great. Howard Stern thinks Alexa just was not prepared for the performance.

The next group of acts are the comedians. Jacob Williams, who really got a rise out of the judges in his earlier performance, wasn’t quite as on this time and Howard Stern said his material could have been better. He is followed by Summy Obeid, Dave Burgleigh, Kellen Erskine, Tom Cotler and Frank Roche. Sadly for Frank, he totally bombs it and the judges don’t even let him wait around for their decision; they call him back on stage and send him home immediately.

Now we have the ‘kid’ category, perhaps better known as ‘so cute they got through regardless of whether they would ever make a good Vegas act’ category. First up is Sebestian, whom the judges love. Next is Isaac Brown and the judges thought he did a great job but aren’t all over it. The Untouchables and Amazing Elizabeth also receive happy faces from the judges but that is all. The last ‘kid’ act is Edon, who actually does sing quite well, and Sharon says he reminds her of a young Billy Joel.

The male singers category comes up next and the first one to perform is Ulysses, who has quite the interesting voice. Jake Wesley Rogers plays the piano and sings decently, but Howard Stern thinks he needs to grow up more. Timothy Poe, who has been the subject of much controversy over alleged lies about his war wounds and military service, sings next. Last we have Tim Hockenberry and he’s fabulous, the judges love him.

The male singers category comes up next and the first one to perform is Ulysses, who has quite the interesting voice. Jake Wesley Rogers plays the piano and sings decently, but Howard Stern thinks he needs to grow up more. Timothy Poe, who has been the subject of much controversy over his alleged lies about his war wounds and military service, sings next. Last we have Tim Hockenberry and he’s fabulous, the judges love him.

That’s all the acts for the night and now we have some more results coming in. Alexa and her father do not make it through and are sent home. One of the comedians makes it through, but one of the dance crews is sent hom. Amazing Elizabeth and Isaac Brown are also cut. Sebastien from the kid category gets through. Timothy Poe is cut, thank the stars, so we don’t have to listen to any more about him.

Two male dance crews are chosen to move on. Ulysses and Tim Hockenberry both make it through, as do Eric and Olivia, and Maurice and Shanice. Two magicians make the cut, including Spencer Horsman. The crazy man named Horse who makes an act out of having his balls hit repeatedly gets through (yuck, really?). Sadly, the gothic opera singer, Andrew De Leon, does not make it through. That’s a shame. His first performance was really awesome, but his Vegas performance just fell flat.

Tomorrow night on America’s Got Talent 2012, the ‘standbys’ will have a chance to perform for the last spots remaining in the Top 48 and we should hopefully get the total, final list of who will move on to the next round.

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