jeremy vanschoonhoven 320 americas got talent 'America's Got Talent': Jeremy Vanschoonhoven gets judges' votes to advance“America’s Got Talent” is narrowing down the third group of quarter-finalists.

The first group of three brought to the stage are the South Philly Vikings, CJ Dippa and Haspop, which is a pretty surprising trio. Haspop the dancer is the act that advances. Howie thinks America got it right.

Next up is a fantastic performance by the JabberWockeeZ dance group. Don’t you think that with some polish and funding, Fighting Gravity could be as dynamic and interesting as the JaberWockeeZ?  I think so.

The next trio is Chipps Cooney, Studio One Young Beast Society and Polina Volchek are up next for their results. Personally, I think Studio One is better but Volchek is more Las Vegas, so we’ll see. And …  Studio One is through. Good for them.

Up next is The Strange Familiar, Debra Romer and Luigi Seno. Luigi is definitely not going through, but the other two were quite good, I thought. Debra Romer goes through and that’s fine. She’s a very talented singer.

Now Mike Posner is performing … I don’t know who this is but I can categorically say I am cooler than him. Haha, I’m kidding of course. Clearly this man is the coolest.

Finally we are down to the last three — Harmonica Pierre, the Belly Dancing Duo and Jeremy Vanschoonhoven, the bicycle acrobat. I think Jeremy is the most Vegas, so I hope he goes through. Unsurprisingly, Harmonica Pierre is sent home first and it’s up to the judges.

Sharon and Piers both vote for Jeremy and Howie doesn’t need to vote, though I imagine he would have as well. The belly dancers are just not quite big enough for Vegas.
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TV critic by way of law school, Andrea Reiher enjoys everything from highbrow drama to clever comedy to the best reality TV has to offer. Her TV heroes include CJ Cregg, Spencer Hastings, Diane Lockhart, Juliet O'Hara and Buffy Summers. TV words to live by: "I'm a slayer, ask me how."