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America’s Got Talent Season 5 Episode 2 Recap

The judges headed to Dallas, Texas for the second round of auditions where they were met with even more outrageous talents.


The Talented

First up was ArcAttack, a group of science buff’s who played music will one of them conducted electricity off his chainmail suit. The presentation was pretty amazing, what with the electrical currents moving to the beat of the music.


Then there was 18 year old Taylor Matthews whose modesty and nervous laugh made the girls in the audience melt. He played the guitar while singing Somewhere Over the Rainbow in a modernized arrangement. It won’t be long until this cute heartthrob makes the cover of a teen magazine or two. Just what Hollywood needs…another Taylor!


And who can forget 11 year old CJ Dippa, a rapper and admitted “playa!” CJ impressed everyone with a rap song he wrote, and claimed that the only difference between him and Eminem is that he dances (not to mention 27 years).


Have you ever seen a half-blind woman twirl flaming Samoan knives? Well, then you haven’t met Miss Donna. She had the judges ducking for cover as she spun her fiery knives. And miraculously the judges put her through to Vegas.


The Not-So-Talented

Of course, there were a series of less talented performers, like Jenna Adara Somar, a 23 year old who relied on her skimpy dress to get a ticket to Vegas. There was also a man who attempted to play classical music with a turkey baster. Unfortunately his baster was out of tune! And then came Jason Andrews, the world’s worst [kwlink 15130]magician. But most disturbing of all was a man called “Cutthroat,” who is a self-proclaimed “genital daredevil.” Let’s just say it involved nudity, fireworks and a lot of cringing audience members.


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What Talent Would You Like to Have?

  • Singing - I want to be the next American Idol.
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