‘America’s Got Talent’ Week 10 Recap: Dancing in the Dark


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Zuma Zuma climbed into the "Talent" semifinals (Trae Patton/NBC)

Zuma Zuma climbed into the "Talent" semifinals (Trae Patton/NBC)

The quarterfinals of "America's Got Talent" are over, folks, and we now have our Top 16 acts. In the past four weeks, 48 acts have competed, pushing their own boundaries to the limit and sometimes beyond. We've seen countless injuries and heard off-key notes; watched dreams continue to come true and crumble right before the performers' eyes. We're all ready for next week's semifinal round. But before we move on, let's take a look at America's favorite four acts from this week.

Most Surprising: Team iLuminate
Team iLuminate is an act like no other. Yes, they're dancers, but they're dancers in the dark, using a technology that depends on every move being the right one. When the lights finally came up, everyone in the audience was on their feet, screaming so loud that the judges had to shout to be heard.

Zuma Zuma
Zuma Zuma has become known for both its amazing acrobatics and its loud fashion sense. Decked out in leopard print, these native Kenyans brought out a completely different act to the stage this week. The judges loved their exciting routine and, after the votes were counted, so did America.

[Photos: All 48 of This Season's "Talent" Quarterfinalists]

Melissa Villasenor
The judges were so confident of Melissa Villasenor's comedy that they let her skip past Vegas and into the Hollywood round. This also gave her the disadvantage of being seen by America only once -- yet she's so talented that the voters instantly fell in love and picked up their phones.

Fatally Unique
Fatally Unique is best known for a disastrous Vegas rehearsal that sent one of its dancers to the hospital. They returned tonight with a military-themed routine that got the audience on its feet. The act wasn't as dangerous this time around, but there's still the semifinals.

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