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America's Got Talent: Season 6, Episode 32 :: Top 4

Sep 14, 2011

It’s the final week on America’s Got Talent Season 6 as the Top 4 acts show America why they deserve a million dollars and a headline show in Las Vegas. Episode 32 aired on September 13, 2011.

Landau Eugene Murphy Jr.

It was a night of highs, lows and technical difficulties. But each of the 4 remaining acts gave it their all. First up was Landau Eugene Murphy Jr. His performance gave Sharon goose bumps. He saved the best for last, showing his range and proving to Piers that he deserves the million dollars.

Team iLuminate

Next, Team iLuminate stepped up their game, adding more lights and moves than ever before. Howie felt torn because he believes that, along with Landau, they also deserve to win. Unfortunately, only one act can win. But we’ll most likely be seeing all of the Top 4 acts in the future. Look at Jackie Evancho. She was season 5’s runner-up, and already she has become a worldwide sensation.

POPLYFE

POPLYFE took a huge risk with their final performance. They sang Queen, which was a big mistake vocally. This was their worst performance to date, which could put them out of the running. Hopefully POPLYFE fans will consider their entire body of work when they vote. All the judges agreed that the song wasn’t perfect, but they all showed great confidence in this up-and-coming band.

The Silhouettes

Finally, after some technical difficulties that put the show over its one hour time slot, The Silhouettes performed their final act. The judges all loved the message and beauty of their performance, which ended with the word “Love.”

This may be the strongest Top 4 that America’s Got Talent has ever had. Already they are all winners. But only one act will be awarded the prize, and it’s up to America.

Have Your Say

Which act do you think deserves to win America’s Got Talent Season 6? Do you think POPLYFE’s bad performance will cost them the win? Tell us in our comments section below!

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Jordyn RealLifee'
iLikee ALL but LANDAU had a sad storyy ! && im Proud of him even though i dnt e...
commented: Sat Sep 17, 2011

xXxMyChEeS3xXx
i could watch silhouetts forever what they do is just beautiful and inspirational :) cr...
commented: Wed Sep 14, 2011

xXxMyChEeS3xXx
omg team iluminate!
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