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America’s Got Talent: Season 7, Episode 5 and 6 :: Tampa and St. Louis Auditions

May 29, 2012

This week on America’s Got Talent (Season 7, Episode 5 and 6), the judges continue their audition tour in Tampa, Florida and St. Louis, Missouri. Read Kidzworld’s recap of “Tampa Auditions,” which aired on May 28, 2012, to discover what you missed.

Dancing

There were no really outstanding auditions in Tampa, Florida; however, there were some worth mentioning. Inspire The Fire, a singing/dancing “urban Glee club,” opened the show. Even though Howard Stern hates the TV show Glee, he certainly loved this group. Next, the dancing continued with All That!, an all-male clogging group. Considering their burly muscles and tattoos, this act may be a first on AGT.

Bikini Blues

A few other acts impressed the judges, including an illusionist, a hula hoop expert, a male contemporary dance group, and the NC Bikini Bombshells. Well, that last one only impressed the male judges since it was basically just fit woman in skimpy bikinis. But their dancing was so amateur that not one judge put them through to Las Vegas.

TV Theme Songs

The final two acts were rather unusual. The first was The Distinguished Men of Brass, who were former theme park employees. They created an up-tempo song and dance number while playing band instruments. And lastly, 49-year-old Ulysses hit the stage and sang some TV show theme songs. He didn’t win Howard’s vote, but Howie and Sharon sent him through to Vegas.

St. Louis Auditions

While the judges claimed that St. Louis showed a lot of talent, it wasn't entirely evident in the episode. We met 6-year-old singer Isaac Brown, who Howard seemed to like. Although he might claim to like every young kid who auditions ever since he made Mir Money cry. The only edge-of-your-seat audition was by the "world's youngest escape artist" - 26-year-old Spencer Horsman. He performed a stunt, which, if failed, would have shattered his legs. Luckily he escaped with no more than a second to spare.

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