Let’s start, as always, with the good news: singer / pianist Kenadi Dodds, guitar duo Broken roots and poet of the word Brandon Leake received the most votes and immediately put them to safety. They were then joined by the singer Celina graves, the winner of this week’s Dunkin ‘Save, as well as the acrobatic trio Bello sisters, who obtained the last place of the evening thanks to the benevolent mercy of the judges.
Sadly, that means it’s the end of the road for the next six acts: dancer Noah Epps, CA Wildcats cheerleading act, puppeteer group Lightwave Theater Company, dance / percussion group Divas & Drummers of Compton, stand-up comedian Alex Hooper, and vocal trio Resent.This week’s lucky five join the show’s previously announced semi-finalists: outfielder Alan Silva, singer Archie Williams, BAD Salsa dancers, sword-swallower Brett Loudermilk, singer Cristina Rae, singer Daneliya Tuleshova, performance duo Double Dragon, daredevil Jonathan Goodwin, drummer Malik DOPE, magician Max Major, singer Roberta Battaglia, singer Shaquira McGrath, diabolo duo Spyros Brothers, choral group Voices of Our City Choir and the dance group WAFFLE Crew. (Click here for a closer look at all of the semi-finalists.)
Which of this week’s eliminations disappointed you? And what act (s) will you be fighting for when the semi-finals start next week? All you have in mind drop it in a comment below.