America’s Got Talent Recap 6/16/15- AGT Extreme Audition 4
“America’s Got Talent” is back and it is super crazy and incredible especially when they get extreme and take the show outside. You can keep up with this season of “America’s Got Talent” right here.
Howard Stern, Heidi Klum, Mel B. and Howie Mandel are back as the judges as they seek out the most talented people in America…or at least those who think that they can do things. They have had Howie hypnotized and the germiphobe that he is ended up touching people sans gloves. It is insane talent and they cannot help but be blown away. The excitement, with Nick Cannon as the host, continues tonight as we get to part four of the auditions. It is supposed to be super intense so I am very curious as to what the talent may be and who is the best of the best. This is extreme but what does that mean? What exactly is extreme AGT? We are about to find out.
Everybody dance…with “The Squad” that is which is a group compiled of ten guys and they are ready to show what they have got. But is it enough? They have acrobatic things that wow the judges and it is a resounding four yeses which is always a great way to start the show. I cannot hula hoop so I clearly admire Marawa as she is about to wow the judges with her hula skills. I can barely keep a hula hoop around my waist before it slams on the floor. Then again, I do not have a degree in Circus Arts (is that a real thing?) so I cannot juggle hoops on fire and all that crazy stuff that she does to get her a unanimous ticket to the next round. I’m kind of jealous of her talent, not going to lie.
We have a female rapper which I always love and respect and am happy that she impressed the judges to move on. Daniella is up and she is an inspiration. She suffered health issues related to her heart so she became an opera singer; that was her salvation. Howie tells her that she is “perfection” and she leaves the stage to call her mom and tell her that she is going through. That is amazing what people can accomplish when they face adversity and I am happy that this show is showcasing that.