Fan reactions on Twitter were mixed as "America’s Got Talent" crowned a nonmusician as winner during a magical season finale.
On Tuesday’s "America’s Got Talent," semifinalist group Angel City Chorale performed Bruce Springsteen’s 9/11 response song, “The Rising.”
Wednesday night’s broadcast of “America’s Got Talent” brought some extra excitement to the season when host Tyra Banks announced that the biggest boy band in the world, BTS, is set to perform at the Dolby Theatre next week. On Wednesday, Sept. 12, the South Korean boy band will perform their new song, “Idol,” on the NBC competitive show. […]
An "America's Got Talent" contestant who didn't understand she had advanced had a priceless reaction, but she was chided by judges for dropping an F bomb.
Chris Hardwick makes return to TV as a guest judge on America's Got Talent, and fan reactions on Twitter are pretty evenly split.
The guest judge had participated in a magic show earlier in the evening, but Angel City Chorale was evidently the real magic for her.
Three-year-old golden retriever Oscar and his human, Pam, bow-wowed the audience as they showed off his silky-smooth singing voice.
On “America’s Got Talent,” one doting mother wasn’t about to let the judges disparage her son’s original song and took to the stage to defend it.
After hearing a performance of "Natural Woman" that even Aretha Franklin would be proud of, Mel B gave 15-year-old Dominican immigrant Amanda Mena the Golden Buzzer.
This shrinking violet shocked the "America's Got Talent" judges and audience with her performance — and she was awarded with the Golden Buzzer.
A senior citizen couple caught everyone off-guard when they broke out into a sexy dance, and Mel B thought it was too much.
On the season premiere of "America's Got Talent," one performance resonated with Mel B in a very personal way.