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Andrew De Leon Is Among Wild Card Acts Going to 'America's Got Talent' Semifinals

August 23, 2012 07:54:33 GMT

Gothic opera singer Andrew, Sebastien 'El Charro de Oro' and Todd Oliver are saved by viewers' votes, while judges make the decision between All That! and Lindsey Norton for the last spot.


Andrew De Leon Is Among Wild Card Acts Going to 'America's Got Talent' Semifinals
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"America's Got Talent" sent four more acts to semifinals on Wednesday, August 22. After being brought back onto the stages by the judges on Tuesday night, twelve Wild Card acts were awaiting the results to be announced by host Nick Cannon.

Bandbaz Brothers, Ben Blaque and Sebastien "El Charro De Oro" were the first group called out that night. Howie Mandel was so pleased when it's revealed that Sebastian advanced. The mariachi kid commented, "It feels real good to let America know that even though I'm a small package like Jackie Evancho, I'm able to have a big voice like she does."

Andrew De Leon, Horse and Jake Wesley Rogers were the second group on stage. Coming as no surprise, Andrew made it to the next level. Howie gave his approval as stating, "If Marilyn Manson and Adam Lambert had a child, and you were a big fan of Bocelli, it would be you."

Cristin Sandu, Spencer Horsman and Todd Oliver showed up next. This time, it's Howard Stern's choice act who secured a spot in the semifinals. "Todd, I'm so happy for you. You really did follow directions," the shock jock told the ventriloquist puppet.

The last three acts, All That!, Jarrett & Raja and Lindsey Norton, were called onto the stage, but Jarrett & Raja were soon eliminated. Howard disagreed with the result and he thought "this is a crime." The judges then made the final decision, with Howard and Sharon Osbourne voting for All That!, and Howie rooting for Lindsey. The cloggers joined Sebastien, Andrew and Todd to return next week.

The latest episode of "AGT" also saw Owl City and Carly Rae Jepsen making a musical performance on the stage. The one-man band and the Canadian pop sensation sang their collaborative track "Good Time".









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