"America's Got Talent" returns for the summer

By: Matt McGovern Email
By: Matt McGovern Email

The summer long talent search known as "America

Hundreds of acts; some laughable, many laudable, auditioned for spots in "America's Got Talent" Boot Camp.

(NBC) - The summer long talent search known as "America's Got Talent"
begins anew Tuesday night on NBC.

Once again, a million dollars is up for grabs for the act that catches the fancy of the judges and viewers.

It was a unique mix of dance, mime, and illusion that wowed the judges last summer, and brought Kenichi Ebina the title on "America's
Got Talent."

The search for that "something else" starts again Tuesday night.

Hundreds of acts; some laughable, many laudable, auditioned for spots in "America's Got Talent" Boot Camp.

The top 48 of those acts advance to the live shows in late July.

Host Nick Cannon often finds himself roped into the auditions.

AGT's also shown the family friendly side of one of radio's most notorious
personalities, Howard Stern.

And by summer's end, one talent will have risen above the rest.

Along with the addition of the "Boot Camp" week in New York, the show's
Also adding a "Golden Buzzer." Each judge can use it one time during the season to override the other judges or break a tie and push an act
through to the next round.

The season premiere of "America's Got Talent" will be followed Tuesday night by the premiere of the new NBC medical drama, "The Night Shift."


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