David Walliams's Golden Buzzer act Kyle Tomlinson goes straight to Britain's Got Talent's live semi-finals Kyle Tomlinson has become the fifth and final Golden Buzzer act on Britain's Got Talent. The 15-year-old from Sheffield previously auditioned for the show when he was aged 12. After Kyle had finished singing, Walliams said: “I thought it was really good,” before hitting the gold button. "Well done Kyle," said Walliams. "It was a really, really moving performance." Simon Cowell added: “You gave every single ounce you could possibly give to that performance" while Alesha described his story as being like a “fairytale”.
Caly performs her "Fight Song" and Simon Cowell gives her the Golden Buzzer. Caly says it all in the lyrics. This content in this video is copyrighted by Fremantle Media.
Notice to All: The copyright for this performance is owned by Fremantle International and it is monetized by the copyright owner. I do not and can not claim ownership. I make no money. From Americas Got Talent Season 11 Episode 2. This is an original song both written and performed by Grace. Simon Thinks This Girl Is The Next Taylor Swift, Just Wait Till You Hear Her Sing! Check out these Articles: http://www.inspiremore.com/grace-vanderwall-on-agt/ http://www.nylon.com/articles/grace-vanderwall-americas-got-talent
Jayna Brown went from fangirl to having a famous fan herself during her audition for America's Got Talent, which aired Wednesday. The 14-year-old blew away judges and audience alike with her rendition of Andra Day's "Rise Up" and received the coveted Golden Buzzer from One Direction's Louis Tomlinson, who was serving as a guest judge. (from Rolling Stone) See entire article here: http://www.rollingstone.com/music/features/americas-got-talent-star-jayna-brown-on-stunning-rise-up-performance-w430478 The copyright for this video is owned by Fremantle.
This may have been the Performance of the Season on ‘America’s Got Talent’ Brian Justin Crum got four huge “yeses” on America’s Got Talent after delivering an incredible arrangement of Queen’s “Somebody to Love”. He got multiple standing ovations during and following his performance. Crum is a gay man who told a touching story of being bullied as a kid and the support he got from his mom. Brian Justin Crum is an actor, known for Break: The Musical (2016) and Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (1999). Articles: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-3665325/Mel-B-gushes-gay-singer-Brian-Justin-Crum-AGT-crushes-Queen-hit-Somebody-Love.html http://www.usatoday.com/story/life/entertainthis/2016/06/29/americas-got-talent-brian-justin-crum-somebody-to-love-standing-ovation/86504610/
I debated whether I should post the following. I decided that I should. I want to introduce you to Laura Bretan. She is a 13 year old from Chicago, Illinois. She is competing on Americas Got Talent. She is a monumentally talented singer. She does not do POP or ROCK or FOLK or COUNTRY. She performs opera. She performs it as though she was highly trained with years of professional experience. She has a pitch perfect talent. Her dynamic range is extraordinary. Her elocution of the lyrics is amazing beyond description. She performed one of the most difficult and popular Arias that exist. "Nessun Dorma" "Calaf's Aria" from Puccini's Turandot. She performs it in its' original Italian. I have the English translation that follows. It explains the Passion that Laura not only presented but, as all truly great artists, she experienced. English Translation Nobody shall sleep!... Nobody shall sleep! Even you, o Princess, in your cold room, watch the stars, that tremble with love and with hope. But my secret is hidden within me, my name no one shall know... No!...No!... On your mouth I will tell it when the light shines. And my kiss will dissolve the silence that makes you mine!... (No one will know his name and we must, alas, die.) Vanish, o night! Set, stars! Set, stars! At dawn, I will win! I will win! I will win!
Laura Bretan belts out a powerful version of ‘The Prayer’ on America’s Got Talent Live Shows Round 1 on Tuesday, July 26, 2016. “This is my golden buzzer and well deserved. Where those voice came from. It is incredible and powerful,” said Mel B. (From:) http://www.zeibiz.com/2016/07/laura-bretan-sings-prayer-americas-got-talent-live-shows/ Copyright by Fremantle Media
With the help of her singing rabbit puppet Petunia, Darci Lynne Farmer, a 12-year-old ventriloquist from the Oklahoma City area, wowed the judges and studio audience on Tuesday's season premiere of "America's Got Talent." For her audition, Darci and her bunny buddy crooned an incredible rendition of George Gershwin's "Summertime" from "Porgy and Bess." Not only did she control the puppet with skill and charm to spare, but the girl also managed to sing beautifully through clenched teeth. The performance earned a standing ovation from the crowd and the judges. All the judges raved about the performance, and even the curmudgeonly Simon Cowell rose to his feet clapping and smiling, deeming the performance memorable. "I’m gonna remember you in a week, in a month, in a year. You’re both brilliant and when you’ve got it, you’ve got it,” Cowell said. But it was Spice Girl Mel B. who was so impressed with Darci's performance that she slapped her Golden Buzzer, sending the stunned girl straight to the live shows.
Ten finalists made it through the painfully comical audition rounds to take a shot at America's Got Talent's top prize of $1 million dollars, a headlining show in Las Vegas and a hyperlink in the show's astoundingly detailed Wikipedia. But of course, only one performer could come up with the win. On Wednesday night, America's Got Talent aired the second episode of its two-part finale and announced their season 11 champion, Grace Vanderwaal. Grace was asked to perform an encore of her original song "I Don't Know My Name".
Brian Justin Crum performed the classic Radiohead song “Creep” on America’s Got Talent on Episode 10. Because that performance was so popular, he was asked to perform an encore in the Award show..