On America’s Got Talent 2012 Monday night, we saw the last of the auditions before the competition moves to Vegas. In the previews for the last America’s Got Talent 2012 auditions episode, judge Howard Stern promised we would see one of the best acts who have performed on the AGT 2012 stage so far. Did his promise come true? Watch the performances from America’s Got Talent 2012 this week and you be the judge!
WARNING: AMERICA’S GOT TALENT 2012 SPOILERS AHEAD
This post contains America’s Got Talent 2012 spoilers about Monday night’s performances. Please stop here if you do not wish to know what happened or who got through to Vegas.
Our first performance of the evening on America’s Got Talent 2012 was an animal act featuring a pig named Smoochie. The pig actually got a yes from Sharon Osbourne, but Howard Stern proclaimed it was time for “bacon for everybody” and gave Smooch Piggy a “no” along with another from Howie Mandell.
After Smooch Piggy, we had a few other unsuccessful acts on America’s Got Talent 2012, including a martial artist with no real skills other than the ability, as Howard Stern said, to “hit people who don’t defend themselves.” There wa also a female rapper who claimed to be an empowered feminist, but rapped about prostitution as a positive way to manipulate. I do not think that word (empowerment) means what you think it means…
The first act of the evening from the last America’s Got Talent 2012 auditions to get through was a 6-year-old girl who goes by the moniker of ‘Lil Star’. She was a somewhat good tap dancer for a six-year-old, but as Howard Stern noted, it was in no way a million dollar act. Still, she had the ‘cute’ factor and Howie and Sharon put her through to Vegas.
Next up was Ben Mendoza and the Midnight Circus, which looked pretty darned cool but we barely got to see their acrobatic and trapeze goodness. They were followed by an impressionist with some spot on characters, but he had even less air time to show his stuff on America’s Got Talent 2012 this week.
Probably the best act of the evening came up next with rather plain-looking, geeky dude Jacob Williams, who turned out to be quite a damn funny comedian. America’s Got Talent 2012 judge Sharon Osbourne wanted to know where the hell he had been hiding. I think from now no one will have to be asking him that.
The requisite dance ensemble of the night was next on stage with the 787 Crew performing some very big moves on America’s Got Talent 2012. Howard Stern thought they were “one of the best dance acts we’ve seen” and said the boatload of money they spent to fly to the audition might just pay off with a Vegas gig worth a million dollars.
Now we have another dreadful act in the form of female ‘rapper’ Trish. She wants everyone to know she is not a porn star, despite her looks, and she loves Jesus. Trish has a huge crush on Howard Stern and just wanted to meet him. Howard consents to give her a hug, but she does not get through to Vegas on America’s Got Talent 2012 because she sucks, a lot.
Auditions are almost over and now we have one more terrible act to remind us to be thankful for the people who aren’t just awful on the America’s Got Talent 2012 stage. This horrible act is courtesy of stand-up comedian wannabe Mark Ofuji. He was supposed to do impressions, but the only impression we got was that he needed to get the hell off the stage.
Our last act for the evening on America’s Got Talent 2012 was a sob story act courtesy of Mary Ruth Joyner, the daughter of Olympic track and field legend Florence Griffith-Joyner, who died when she was just 5 years old. She gave a nice performance and it was better than a few others who have gotten through, but I think it was really her parentage and sad background that got her through.
Next time around we’ll be headed off to Vegas on America’s Got Talent 2012 and the real competition will begin!