The "America's Got Talent" Season 7 final live performance may not have delivered many "wow" moments, but it shined with great passion and talent. Unlike previous years, every one of the sensational six contestants deserve to be on that stage, and it will all come down to which one viewers loves best.
Art, comedy, dancing, and sand magic
The highly energetic and entertaining David Garibaldi and His CMYKs kicked things off by creating artistic magic while rocking out to one of the greatest songs of all time, The Who's "Won't Get Fooled Again." While this particular routine was not their best, they are consistently good and will have no problem landing a gig worthy of their impressive skills. Sharon Osbourne said, "It was fantastic."
Next up was the man with the smooth, comedic gold timing and delivery, Tom Cotter. His jokes fumbled in the first minute, but like a true pro, he came back strong. "I have been scratching and clawing for 25 years," Cotter said . He won't have to worry about that anymore -- he's on his way to stardom. Howard Stern said, "You always leave me wanting more."
The enormously gifted and adorable group, The Untouchables, beautifully danced their little hearts out on "Proud Mary." They are always fun to watch, and the level of professionalism and technique are most impressive.
One of the most consistent acts throughout the season has been Joe Castillo, the sand and light artist. This time, he did not dazzle quite as much, but he is still a joy to behold.
A "Close" call or doggie upset?
Okay, prediction time, ladies and gentlemen -- the next million dollar winner is…William Close!
He is, and always has been, the one to beat. The judges love him. America loves him. He brings something special and enchanting to his act each and every time. "You are a visionary," said Osbourne.
If ever there was a time to root for an upset, however, this is it: Olate Dogs. These guys can do no wrong. The handsome father-son team are brilliant trainers, who radiate love and devotion to their animals, and the dogs are irresistibly delightful. These furry heartbreakers are William Close's toughest competition.
Bring on the finale!
- Arts & Entertainment
- Sharon Osbourne