Agt Rocks Nicks And Results

America's Got Talent put a third group of four through to the semifinals and we had a feeling Professor Splash would make the cut. Read on to find out who else moved on. Oh, and Stevie Nicks rocked the stage.

We weren't blown away by Tuesday night's acts, but we still managed to call three of the four acts who would be moving on to America's Got Talent's semifinals.

America's Got Talent

The first two acts going through to the semifinals are Poplyfe and Landau Eugene Murphy Jr. We definitely called the fact that Poplyfe would go through based on their killer rendition of Adele's Rolling in the Deep. They have a cool, funky style. We didn't think Landau Eugene Murphy Jr. would go through because he was a bit too old school jazz for us and we didn't think America would get it -- but we were wrong and that's okay.

The third act to go through, and we did call it, was Lys Agnes. She made opera sexy and fun. Hey, anyone that can make us not fall asleep to opera deserves to move on.

The last act we called to move on was the high diving act of Professor Splash (he jumped from crazy heights into a shallow pool). This guy's insane act was actually put through as a judges' pick. We honestly thought America would have chosen him. Just for giggles, let's take one more look at his crazy stunt.

Stevie Nicks also hit the stage with her new song For What It's Worth and the classic sing-along song Edge of Seventeen. She never sounded better.

We're not sure why one of our original picks, Summerwind Skippers, didn't go through but that's fine. So, we were off with one act. We still predicted three acts to move on. What did you think of this week's America's Got Talent? Did your favorites move on?


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Comments on "America's Got Talent: The insane Professor Splash moves on"

tcnlv July 28, 2011 | 1:13 PM

I can't believe Professor Splash is going on to next week and not the magician. Just goes to show you this show is as phony as they come. You won't have to worry about me watching it anymore. July 28, 2011 | 11:34 AM

I guess what I don't understand is that this is a competition for a Vegas show and I just don't see Professor Splash being a Vegas draw. He is amazing(ly stupid), but there has to be a moment in there where the judges have to say, "Can this be a Vegas draw?" and a continuous draw. To me, the only one that could really rev things up would be the shadow team because I can envision a lot you could do with it as well as marketing as well as the players being interchangeable if need be. Music is always good, as are the singers, but none are solely Vegas acts. It's good that they at least asked P. Splash (pun intended), how are you going to make this an hour long? And he's not a spring chicken. How many years more does he have to do this? We'll see how this pans out, but hopefully they won't lose sight of what the competition is for.

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