San Francisco was the final stop for auditions on "America's Got Talent," and it ended up being one of the quirkiest cities yet. Here are the best and worst acts of the night:
Worst Acts of the Night-Smooch Piggy, a large pig in a pink frilly tutu had Sharon "aahing" right from the get start, but the pig was not being cooperative at all. Eventually the pig's handler convinced her to climbed on a stool and honk a horn. Despite Smooch's questionable performance, Sharon said "yes" to Vegas. Luckily for audiences, she was outvoted, and piggy was sent packing.
- A rapper and dancer who claimed she was bringing a message of female empowerment, but the song encouraged women to use their bodies to take money from men. Howie asked,"How does that empower women?" The audience didn't want to hear the answer, and they booed her off the stage.
- Trish, a computer programmer who looked like Pamela Anderson, rapped in an annoyingly high voice. Although she was a definite "no" for Vegas, her day was made when Howard Stern came on stage and gave her a hug.
Best Acts of the Night- Lil Starr, a 6-year-old dynamo tapper won the audience's affection with her sparkling attitude and enthusiasm. "If I won a million dollars, I would buy more headbands," promised the adorable dancer. The audience cheered her on as she made the cutest faces while she danced. While Howard Stern thought the act wasn't worth a million dollars, he was outvoted, and the little dancer was sent through to Vegas.
-Jacob Williams, a stand-up comedian whose day job is at a Real Estate office was really stoic and awkward, so it seemed as though he would be terrible. Surprisingly, he turned out to be really funny. His best joke was, "A lot of my friends use Twitter…I just carry around a mega-phone and randomly announce what I'm doing." Three "yeses" sent the young comedian off to Vegas.
- 787 Crew, a dance crew from Puerto Rico were passioniate about reperesenting their hometown. With edgy, punk, hip-hop style, their passion and dedication were clear. "I am so thrilled that Puerto Rico is included in this show," said Howard Stern. The crew was very emotional as they were sent through to the next round.
-The young singer and daughter of two famous Olympic athletes, Marylou Joyner, moved the audience with her powerful voice. Her dad watched from offstage with tears in his eyes and a smile on his face; he was clearly proud beyond words of his daughter. Sharon said, "You have great command of your voice…you moved everyone in this theater."
With auditions finally over, "America's Got Talent" turns up the heat in Vegas next week.