A virtual audition could equal actual money if you’ve “Got Talent.”
Can you juggle? Perform magic? Maybe you do act with your cat? Get out that video camera and you could have a shot at winning a million dollars on “America’s Got Talent.”
For the first-time ever, NBC’s hit summer series “America’s Got Talent,” from will team up with MySpace, on a virtual audition city episode as part of a nationwide search for the hottest performers in the country to compete in the blockbuster reality show’s third season.
All you have to do to enter is go to the “America’s Got Talent” MySpace and upload video of your talent any time before Monday, May 5. The shows producers will review submissions and the selected participants will be flown to Las Vegas to participate in an audition show. The Virtual Audition City episode will feature the selected MySpace acts. This show will be treated as any other audition city show and the acts will be eligible for the million dollar grand prize.
“I think this is an incredible idea and it gives everyone an unprecedented opportunity through MySpace to showcase their amazing talents and have a shot at winning a million dollars and hopefully becoming a big star,” said Simon Cowell.
The third season, which premieres Tuesday, June 17 (9-11 pm ET), kicks off with audition episodes shot on-location in theaters across the nation, with the judges selecting the best acts who will advance to the “Vegas Callbacks.” The acts that make it through the “Vegas Callbacks” will then move on to the live semi-final performance episodes where the judging will be turned over to the American viewing audience who will vote each week for their favorites. The series culminates with a live finale where one act will be crowned the most talented new act in America, and walk away with a million dollar prize.
Terry Fator, a ventriloquist from Dallas, Texas, had his life changed forever last August when he was crowned the second season champion. Not only did he win the million-dollar grand prize, but his lifelong dream to headline on the Las Vegas strip came true when he signed a contract with The Las Vegas Hilton in a deal worth more than $1.5 million dollars.
Could you be the next winner? Audition and find out.
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