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America’s Got Talent Season 5 Final Auditions

Posted by on July 1, 2010 at 3:42 PM EST

sharon osbourne“America’s Got Talent” final auditions ended last night with millions of viewers tuning in, giving NBC the top summer ratings of the night.

Sharon Osbourne was her normal self, letting a few F and A bombs slip, which were bleeped out by network censors. She’s never afraid to speak her mind and last night she did just that.

Clownvis, also known as “The King of Clowns” was part Elvis and part clown for his audition. In my opinion he was more annoying than funny. After receiving three quick buzzes from the judges and many boos, Clownvis, the sore loser that he was, went as low as to make fun of Sharon’s husband, Ozzy Osbourne, for his battle with drugs.

Sharon quickly defended her husband by putting “The King of Clowns” in his place with a few F#@% words. With the loud screaming and supportive applause from the audience, she added: “Nobody, nobody, disrespects my husband!”

There were good moments on America’s Got Talent and many talented performers, unlike Clownvis.  The best of the night came when best friends, Kaya and Sadie, known as “The Belly Dancing Duo”, amazed the crowd and judges with their belly dancing. The two sexy belly dancers performed a fast-paced drum solo, moving every part of their belly and body in unison with the drums.

Team X-Pogo, a group of guys who did amazing stunts and huge back-flips on pogo sticks also caught the attention of the crowd and judges. America’s Got Talent judge Howie Mandel said: “What you’re doing is unique, it’s great — I think it can catch on.”

Some other talented acts that stood out included, “The Maniacs”, a group of large dancers and a dwarf, Phil Trau, a 74-year-old amazing tap dancer, Luigi Seno, an incredible blues singer, and Rick Smith Jr, who throws playing cards in the air at over 90 miles per hour, while slicing celery.

Producers for Season 5 of “America’s Got Talent,” also surprised us with unaired footage from a bunch of different audition sites. The show ended on a high note with well over 10 million viewers watching.

“America’s Got Talent” airs next TUESDAY, July 6, and WEDNESDAY, July 7, at 9 p.m. on NBC. All of the audition acts that got invited to Las Vegas return to compete for a spot in the semi-finals.



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