List of Top 40 Acts on 'America's Got Talent' Season 4


List of Top 40 Acts on 'America's Got Talent' Season 4


America get to choose among acrobats, opera singer, basketball dunk entertainers, impersonator, dog variety act and more.

NBC has released the list of 40 acts that will compete for "America's Got Talent" live on stage. After the two "The Vegas Verdicts" episodes last week, the judges are leaving American audience to vote on who deserve to be in the Top 20, Top 10, Top 5 and eventually the winner.

The Top 40 acts will again be divided into four large groups with the first one begin showing their talents on August 4 starting 9/8c. With the new system, the acts are not given a chance to perform for the second time unless the judges request them so as a challenge.

Unlike in previous seasons, a one-hour result show will be conducted a day after the performance night, on August 5. Mariah Carey and season 2 winner Terry Fator are scheduled to appear on the episode.

The Top 40 of 'America's Got Talent' Season 4:

Acrodunk, Houston, Texas (Basketball Dunking Entertainers)
African High Flyers, Orlando, Florida (Acrobats)
Allzma, Las Vegas, Nevada (Singers/Musicians)
Arcadian Broad, Orlando, Florida (Dancer)
Barbara Padilla, Houston, Texas (Opera Singer)
Breaksk8, Kokomo, Indiana (Breakdancing Roller Skaters)
Bri Bernstein, Las Vegas, Nevada (Singer/Musician)
Carol Loo, Jersey City, New Jersey (Dancer)
Charles DeWayne, La Verne, California (Singer/Musician)
Coney Island Chris, Naugatuck, Connecticut (Slideshow)
Dave Johnson, Renton, Washington (Acoustic Comedy)
Drew Thomas, Orlando, Florida (Illusionist)
Eleisha Miller, Amarillo, Texas (Singer/Pianist)
EriAm, Seattle, Washington (Singing Group)
Erik and Rickie, Seattle, Washington (Ballroom Dancers)
Fab 5, Morgan, Utah (Power Tap Dancers)
FootworKINGz, Chicago, Illinois (Dance Ensemble)
G-Force, Amherst, Ohio (Girl Band)
Grandma Lee, Jacksonville, Florida (Comedian)
Hairo Torres, Grants Pass, Oregon (Breakdancer)
Ishaara, Berkely, California (Bollywood Dance Group)
Jeffrey Ou, Carrollton, Texas (Pianist)
Kevin Skinner, Mayfield, Kentucky (Singer/Guitarist)
Lawrence Beamen, Walnut Creek, California (Singer)
Manuela Horn, Seattle, Washington (Comedic variety)
Marcus Terrell, Kansas City, Missouri (Singer)
Mario & Jenny, Las Vegas, Nevada (Comedy Variety Duo)
Matt & Anthony, New York, N.Y. (Dance/Musician Duo)
Mia Boostrom, North Dighton, Massachusetts (Singer/Musician)
Mosaic, Las Vegas, Nevada (A Capella Singing Group)
Pam Martin & Viva, Garland, Texas (Dog Variety Act)
Paradizo Dance, Brooklyn, N.Y. (Acrobatic Dance Group)
Pixies Mystere, Cape May, New Jersey (Dance/Contortionist Group)
Pete Peterkin "The Rock & Roll President," Brooklyn, N.Y. (Impersonator)
The Platt Brothers, San Diego, California (Variety Act)
Recycled Percussion, Goffstown, New Hampshire (Band)
The Texas Tenors, Houston, Texas (Singing Group)
Thia Megia, Tracy, California (Singer)
Tony Hoard, New Castle, Indiana (Canine Flying Disc Team)
The Voices of Glory, Highland, N.Y. (Singers)

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