July 26, 2012 05:06:49 GMT
After the judges send Eric Dittelman to join Olate Dogs, William Close and Joe Castillo as the semifinalists, the Osbourne matriarch announces All That! as her pick for the Wild Card.
More contestants were eliminated in the latest episode of "America's Got Talent", as four others moved on to the next level. On Wednesday, July 25, twelve acts learned their fate after performing on Tuesday for the remaining spots in the semifinals.
Ulysses, Olate Dogs and David "The Bullet" Smith were the first ones who were called on stage. Based on audience's votes, Olate Dogs went through to the semifinals. William Close and Joe Castillo soon followed Olate Dogs' footsteps, while Lindsey Norton, All That! and Eric Dittelman were still awaiting their results.
Nick Cannon later announced that Lindsey got the lowest vote among the three, meaning that All That! and Eric were the ones left standing. The judges then decided their fate, with Sharon Osbourne and Howie Mandel voting for Eric, and Howard Stern choosing All That!.
However, it wasn't the end of the road for All That! on the show as Mrs. Osbourne quickly announced that the dancing troupe was her first choice for the Wild Card show which is set to air on August 21 and 22. They would perform with three other acts, which are yet to be determined. Before that, "AGT" will air the YouTube Snapple Special on August 14 and 15.
Prior to the airing of the July 25 episode, Justin Bieber announced via Twitter that there would be a teaser of his "As Long As You Love Me" music video on the show. However, until the show ended, the promised sneak peek never came out.
In another news, Sharon Osbourne has addressed speculation that she would leave the talent show which was sparked by her own tweet. Playing coy on the rumor, she told Howard Stern during an interview with E! Online, "I would never leave you. That's why we're going to CBS to have a late night talk show together."
Stern jokingly added, "You're going to stay with 'AGT'. I'm going to 'American Idol' with Mariah Carey," before the wife of Ozzy Osbourne insisted, "I will be here today, tomorrow."