This week, AGT made some bold statements straight out of the gate, promising the most dangerous acts yet -- and even giving us a sneak peek at an ambulance. So was Austin, Texas, the daredevil stop we were led to believe? Yes ... and no. There were plenty of edge-of-your-seat moments, but just as many bad singers, delusional dancers, and head-shaking stunt acts involving nothing more than a hammer and darts being thrown at someone. Let's take a look at the night's standouts.
Most Surprising: The Human Cannonball
For truly dangerous acts, conditions must be perfect, buthuman cannonball David Smith wouldn't be deterred by thunder, wind, and rain.There was a brief moment when the crowd feared the worst, but that ambulance we were promised ultimately stayed put.
The Soulful Soldier
Tim Poe, a 35-year-old military veteran, has a story tailor-made for TV. After surviving a grenade attack and suffering brain damage, he developed a stutter, and his speech therapist told himRead More »from 'America's Got Talent' Week 4, Night 1