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"AMERICA'S GOT TALENT"
07/10/2013 (09:00PM - 10:01PM) (Wednesday) : ALL-NEW AUDITION EPISODE IN TOP-RATED SUMMER SERIES
Celebrity judges Howie Mandel, Mel B, Heidi Klum and Howard Stern continue with auditions across the country. Nick Cannon hosts this variety competition series which features a colorful array of hopeful future stars as they compete for a chance to perform at the famed Radio City Music Hall and win a $1 million prize.
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DESCRIPTION: (from NBC's press release, April 2015) "America's Got Talent," NBC's hit reality-competition series, announced today new features and surprises to celebrate its 10th anniversary season, premiering Tuesday, May 26 (8-10p.m. ET). New features will include an enhanced Golden Buzzer, bigger and more extreme acts, new elements in the boot camp round of auditions and a two-hour series retrospective. To accommodate acts that are simply too big for the theater, "AGT" will bring the show outdoors to showcase some of the biggest and most dangerous acts to ever audition. Similar to the acts in theater, the extreme contestants, filmed at the Fairplex in Pomona, Calif., will be subject to the judges' dreaded "X" buzzers. This season's Golden Buzzer will send an act from the audition stage directly to the live performance shows at Radio City Music Hall. Each judge can hit the Golden Buzzer only once for an act they think has what it takes to win America's vote. Live performance shows will premiere Tuesday, Aug. 11 (8-10 p.m.). A new version of boot camp will shake things up this season, beginning Tuesday, July 14 (8-10 p.m. ET). Each week, one judge will receive a special advantage over the others in determining which acts become part of the Top 36 to perform live for America's vote. To celebrate a decade of talent, "AGT" will also debut a two-hour special featuring the best acts of the series, the most heartwarming stories, the oddest personalities and the biggest show-stopping moments from the last 10 years.