Agt: 12 Become 4

America's Got Talent narrowed its first group of 12 to four and our top picks made the cut.

America's Got Talent is already into the live shows and that means some of our favorite acts will be going home. Well, maybe your favorite acts will be going home -- our top picks are still in the game.

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The first set of 12 went head-to-head on Tuesday's (July 12) performance show and we picked Snap Boogie and Anna Graceman as our standout acts to move into the next round during Wednesday's results show. Too bad we weren't betting, because we'd be rich -- they both moved on.

Anna Graceman was the 11-year-old breakout star that killed What a Wonderful World and Snap Boogie was the dance machine that brought his street moves to the big stage of America's Got Talent and moved us all.

So, who joined the talented duo moving forward into the semifinals? None other than the highflying act Sandou Trio Russian Bar and the dance group Miami All Stars. Miami All Stars actually had to vie for the judges' pick against the Fiddleheads who didn't do so hot with Michael Jackson's Billie Jean.

We were sad to see Pier Morgan's favorite group, Those Funny Little People, go home. We were being sarcastic. They bugged the heck out of Piers Morgan and it just gave us more to laugh at.

What do you think of the first group of four to hit the next round of America's Got Talent?

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