America's Got Talent (season 10)

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America's Got Talent
Season 10
Broadcast fromMay 26 –
September 16, 2015
Judges
Host(s)Nick Cannon
BroadcasterNBC
No. of episodes27
WebsiteOfficial website
Winner
Paul Zerdin
OriginLondon, England
Genre(s)Ventriloquist
Runner-up
Drew Lynch
Chronology

The tenth season of America's Got Talent, an American talent show competition, began broadcasting in the United States during 2015, from May 26 to September 16 on NBC.[1] Following the previous season, production staff made considerable changes in the format, the most notable being a change in the second round of auditions to a more competitive stage than before and including the involvement of a guest judge, under the title of "Judge Cuts" - the first set of guest judges for this new format included Neil Patrick Harris, Michael Bublé, Marlon Wayans, and Piers Morgan. Other changes were also made, including an amendment to the "Golden Buzzer" format introduced in the last season, and the WildCard format. The online public voting system was also amended, including being renamed to reflect the change in sponsor for the program.

As the program was entering its tenth season, production staff also compiled two specials to celebrate ten years of America's Got Talent and Got Talent respectively - "10 Years of Talent" on July 29, 2015, and "World's Got Talent" on August 5, 2015. The tenth season was won by ventriloquist Paul Zerdin, the first Golden Buzzer act to win the competition, with comedian Drew Lynch finishing in second, and mentalist Oz Pearlman placing third. During its broadcast, the season averaged around 10.28 million viewers.

Season Overview[edit]

Open auditions began in late 2014, between November and December, across the cities of Tampa, Nashville, Richmond (New York), Chicago, St. Louis, San Antonio, Albuquerque, San Francisco, Seattle, Boise, Los Angeles, and Las Vegas; online auditions were also accepted as well.[2] Judges' auditions took place across the same venues as last year, and across 2015 between March and May, with a special session for extreme performances held at a venue in Pomona, California. With the program entering its tenth year, production staff decided on not only incorporating a number of special compilation episodes, celebrating the wide range of talent that had appeared on America's Got Talent and across the world within the Got Talent franchise - including some of the best acts, the most heartwarming stories, the oddest personalities, and the biggest show-stopping moments from the last 10 years, as well as updates on what some of these acts were currently doing - but also on bringing about notable changes in the format of the program for the tenth season.

The producers decided on changing the second round of auditions towards a live audience format titled "Judge Cuts". Held at a fixed venue, the new format saw participants being divided into groups, with each group's participants required to each conduct a new performance before the judges, alongside a guest judge for each group, and could only secure a place in the live rounds if they gained a majority vote from the panel. Judge Cuts operated on a similar arrangement to the Judges' auditions - the main judges could stop a performance with their buzzers, the panel could give feedback on a performance once it had ended, and filming of this stage included recordings of the host in the wings of the venue's stage. As the new stage would be held over several weeks, rather than a single week, the broadcast schedule of the program had to be altered, leading to the number of quarter-finals being reduced as a result, and effectively decreasing the number of quarter-finalists the competition would have. The first use of the format saw the involvement of the following: actor Neil Patrick Harris; singer Michael Bublé; actor Marlon Wayans; and former AGT judge Piers Morgan.[3][4]

Another change brought it was an amendment to the format of the "Golden Buzzer" to align its use to that by other editions in Got Talent - in short, the buzzer's use would now allow any participant to receive it to be granted an automatic place in the live rounds. The amendment in the buzzer's use by production staff took into consideration the new audition stage being introduced - while the main judges could only use the buzzer in the first stage, the guest judges could only use it the second stage for a participant within the group they each oversaw. The WildCard format from previous seasons was also changed - the judges could pick WildCard quarter-finalists from any three participants eliminated in the Judge Cuts - regardless of whether the act was televised or not - as well as a single WildCard semi-finalist from any participant eliminated in the quarter-finals. Finally, the online public voting system was also changed, not only in its name, to reflect the change of sponsor for America's Got Talent for 2015, but also in allowing the public to vote between the participants in each quarter-final who placed 6th, 7th and 8th in the main public vote respectively for a place in the semi-finals, with the judges voting on which of the two they didn't select for a final place in the next stage; the system for the semi-finals operated the same as before, but it was dropped entirely from being used in the finals. Prior to the start of the live rounds, two participants were forced to withdraw, one of whom had another engagement that would have conflicted with their involvement in the competition, leading to them being replaced by couple of entries that had been originally eliminated in the Judge Cuts.

Of the participants who auditioned for this season, 36 secured a place in the live quarter-finals, with twelve quarter-finalists in each one - amongst these included: comedian Drew Lynch,[5] contemporary dance duo Freckled Sky,[6] gospel singer Sharon Irving,[7] and classical singer Arielle Baril,[8] who had each received a golden buzzer from the main judges; magician Piff the Magic Dragon,[9] singing duet The Craig Lewis Band,[10] ventriloquist Paul Zerdin,[11] and Japanese light-and-sound dance troupe Siro-A,[12] who had each received a golden buzzer from the guest judges; and acrobatic dance duo Craig & Micheline, flyboarder Damone Rippy, and gymnastic team Showproject, who were chosen as WildCard quarter-finalists. Around 22 quarter-finalists advanced to and split between the two semi-finals - including motocross team Metal Mulisha Fitz Army, chosen as the WildCard semi-finalist - with 10 semi-finalists securing a place in the finals. The following below lists the results of each participant's overall performance in this season:

  Winner |   Runner-up |   Third place |   Finalist |   Semi-finalist
  Quarter-finalist | Playing card club A.svg Wildcard Quarter-finalist | Playing card heart A.svg Wildcard Semi-finalist
Yellow ffff00 pog.svg Golden Buzzer - Auditions | Crystal Clear action bookmark.png Golden Buzzer - Judge Cuts
Participant Age(s) 1 Genre Act From Quarter-Final Result
3 Shades of Blue 19-20 Music Acoustic Rock Band Philadelphia 2 Semi-finalist
Alicia Michilli 23 Singing Singer Detroit 3 Semi-finalist
Alondra Santos 3 13 Singing Mariachi Singer El Monte, California 1 Semi-finalist
Animation Crew 25-33 Dance Break-dancing Group South Korea 2 Eliminated
Arielle Baril Yellow ffff00 pog.svg 11 Singing Opera Singer Drexel Hill, Pennsylvania 2 Semi-finalist
Benjamin Yonattan 14 Dance Contemporary Dancer Kalamazoo, Michigan 3 Eliminated
Benton Blount 35 Singing Singer & Guitarist North Carolina 1 Finalist
Chapkis Dance Family 14-35 Dance Hip-hop Dance Group Suisun City, California 3 Eliminated
Craig & Micheline Playing card club A.svg N/A 2 Dance Acrobatic Dance Duo South Africa 1 Eliminated
DADitude! 3 42-55 Dance Dance Group Los Angeles 3 Eliminated
Damone Rippy Playing card club A.svg 16 Danger Flyboarder Austin, Texas 2 Eliminated
Daniella Mass 22 Singing Opera Singer Barranquilla, Colombia 3 Semi-finalist
Derek Hughes 43 Magic / Comedy Comic Magician Los Angeles 2 Finalist
DM Nation 14-29 Dance Hip-hop Dance Group Lévis, Canada 2 Eliminated
Drew Lynch Yellow ffff00 pog.svg 23 Comedy Comedian Las Vegas 1 Runner-up
Freckled Sky Yellow ffff00 pog.svg 20, 28 Dance Video Projection Dance Duo Chicago 2 Eliminated
Freelusion 27-29 Dance Video-mapping Dance Group Hungary 3 Semi-finalist
Gary Vider 31 Comedy Comedian New York City 3 Finalist
Ira N/A 4 Singing / Variety Singing Puppet Los Angeles 4 2 Semi-finalist
Metal Mulisha Fitz Army Playing card heart A.svg 25-30 Danger Motocross Team Omaha, Nebraska 3 Semi-finalist
Mountain Faith Band 19-51 Band Bluegrass Band Sylva, North Carolina 3 Semi-finalist
Myq Kaplan 36 Comedy Comedian New York City 2 Eliminated
Oz Pearlman 32 Magic Mentalist New York City 3 Third Place
Paul Zerdin Crystal Clear action bookmark.png 42 Comedy Ventriloquist London, United Kingdom 1 Winner
Piff the Magic Dragon Crystal Clear action bookmark.png 34 Magic / Comedy Comic Magician London, United Kingdom 1 Finalist
Samantha Johnson 26 Singing Singer New Bedford, Massachusetts 1 Semi-finalist
Selected of God 21-52 Singing Gospel Choir Detroit 3 Eliminated
Sharon Irving Yellow ffff00 pog.svg 29 Singing Gospel Singer Chicago 2 Semi-finalist
Showproject Playing card club A.svg 21-33 Acrobatics Gymnastics Team Armenia, Czech Republic, Germany 6 1 Eliminated
Siro-A Crystal Clear action bookmark.png 23-36 Dance Video-mapping Dance Group Sendai, Japan 1 Semi-finalist
The CraigLewis Band Crystal Clear action bookmark.png 30, 33 Singing Singing Duet Atlanta, Georgia 2 Grand-finalist
The Gentlemen 9, 12 Dance Hip-hop Dance Duo Fairfield, California 1 Eliminated
The Professional Regurgitator 52 Danger Regurgitator Glasgow, United Kingdom 3 Grand-finalist
Triple Threat 21 Singing Singing Trio Benton, Arkansas 1 Eliminated
Uzeyer Novruzov 39 Acrobatics / Danger Ladder Acrobat Eysk, Russia 2 Finalist
Vita Radionova 33 Acrobatics Contortionist Ukraine 1 Eliminated
  • ^1 Ages denoted in this column pertain to a participant(s) age in their final performance for this season.
  • ^2 The ages of Craig & Micheline were not disclosed on the program.
  • ^3 These participants were replacements for those who withdrew from the competition, despite securing a place in the live rounds.
  • ^4 No actual information on the puppeteer for this act was disclosed by the show, other than the location they came from.
  • ^5 For health and safety reasons, Metal Mulisha Fitz Army live round performances were pre-recorded at another site.
  • ^6 Locations denote where members of this group came from.

Quarter-final Summary[edit]

Crystal Clear action button cancel.svg Buzzed Out | Crystal Clear app clean.svg Judges' choice |   Advanced to Semi-finals
  Won Online Public Vote |   Won Judges' Vote |   Lost Judges' Vote

Quarter-final 1 (August 11)[edit]

Guest Performers, Results Show: The Rockettes, Mat Franco, and OMI

Quarter-Finalist Order Act Buzzes and Judges' votes Result (August 12)
Mandel Mel B Klum Stern
Siro-A 1 Video-mapping Dance Group Advanced
Alondra Santos 2 Mariachi Singer Crystal Clear app clean.svg Crystal Clear app clean.svg Crystal Clear app clean.svg Advanced (Won Judges' Vote)
Vita Radionova 3 Contortionist Eliminated
Triple Threat 4 Singing Trio Crystal Clear action button cancel.svg Crystal Clear action button cancel.svg Crystal Clear action button cancel.svg Eliminated
The Gentlemen 5 Hip-hop Dance Duo Crystal Clear app clean.svg Eliminated (Lost Judges' Vote)
Piff the Magic Dragon 6 Comic Magician Advanced
Benton Blount 7 Singer & Guitarist Advanced
Craig & Micheline 8 Acrobatic Dance Duo Eliminated
Drew Lynch 9 Comedian Advanced
Showproject 10 Gymnastics Team Eliminated
Paul Zerdin 11 Ventriloquist Advanced
Samantha Johnson 12 Singer Advanced (Online Public Vote)

Quarter-final 2 (August 18)[edit]

Guest Performers, Results Show: Emily West, and William Close

Quarter-Finalist Order Act Buzzes and Judges' votes Result (August 19)
Mandel Mel B Klum Stern
DM Nation 1 Hip-hop Dance Group Eliminated
Derek Hughes 2 Comic Magician Advanced
3 Shades of Blue 3 Acoustic Rock Band Crystal Clear app clean.svg Crystal Clear app clean.svg 7 Crystal Clear app clean.svg Advanced (Won Judges' Vote)
Animation Crew 4 Break-dancing Group Crystal Clear action button cancel.svg Eliminated
Arielle Baril 5 Opera Singer Advanced
Uzeyer Novruzov 6 Ladder Acrobat Advanced
Ira 7 Singing Puppet Advanced (Online Public Vote)
Damone Rippy 8 8 Flyboarder Eliminated
Myq Kaplan 9 Comedian Eliminated
The CraigLewis Band 10 Singing Duet Advanced
Freckled Sky 11 Video Projection Dance Duo 7 Eliminated (Lost Judges' Vote)
Sharon Irving 12 Gospel Singer Advanced
  • ^7 Due to the majority vote for 3 Shades of Blue, Klum's voting intention was not revealed.
  • ^8 For health & safety reasons, Damone Rippy's performance had to be pre-recorded at another site.

Quarter-final 3 (August 25)[edit]

Guest Performers, Results Show: Cast of Le Rêve

Quarter-Finalist Order Act Buzzes and Judges' votes Result (August 26)
Mandel Mel B Klum Stern
Chapkis Dance Family 1 Hip-hop Dance Group Eliminated
Metal Mulisha Fitz Army 9 2 Motocross Team Eliminated
DADitude! 3 Dance Group Crystal Clear action button cancel.svg Crystal Clear action button cancel.svg Crystal Clear action button cancel.svg Crystal Clear action button cancel.svg Eliminated
Alicia Michilli 4 Singer Advanced
Gary Vider 5 Comedian Advanced (Online Public Vote)
Mountain Faith Band 6 Bluegrass Band Advanced
Oz Pearlman 7 Mentalist Advanced
Selected of God 8 Gospel Choir Eliminated
The Professional Regurgitator 9 Regurgitator Advanced
Benjamin Yonattan 10 Contemporary Dancer Crystal Clear app clean.svg Eliminated (Lost Judges' Vote)
Daniella Mass 11 Opera Singer Crystal Clear app clean.svg Crystal Clear app clean.svg Crystal Clear app clean.svg Advanced (Won Judges' Vote)
Freelusion 12 Video-mapping Dance Group Advanced
  • ^9 Metal Mulisha Fitz Army were later appointed the judges' WildCard semi-finalist.

Semi-final Summary[edit]

Crystal Clear action button cancel.svg Buzzed Out | Crystal Clear app clean.svg Judges' choice |   Advanced to Finals
  Won Online Public Vote |   Won Judges' Vote |   Lost Judges' Vote

Semi-final 1 (September 1)[edit]

Guest Performers, Results Show: The Illusionists, Taylor Williamson

Semi-Finalist Order Act Buzzes and Judges' votes Result (September 2)
Mandel Mel B Klum Stern
Ira 1 Singing Puppet Crystal Clear action button cancel.svg Eliminated
Mountain Faith Band 2 Bluegrass Band Eliminated
Metal Mulisha Fitz Army 3 Motocross Team Eliminated
Samantha Johnson 4 Singer Crystal Clear app clean.svg Crystal Clear app clean.svg Eliminated (Judges' Vote Tied - Lost by Public Vote)
Derek Hughes 5 Comic magician Advanced
Drew Lynch 6 Comedian Advanced
The CraigLewis Band 7 Singing Duet Crystal Clear app clean.svg Crystal Clear app clean.svg Advanced (Judges' Vote Tied - Won by Public Vote)
Oz Pearlman 8 Mentalist Advanced
Benton Blount 9 Singer & Guitarist Advanced (Online Public Vote)
Siro-A 10 Video Projection Dance Group Eliminated
Arielle Baril 11 Opera Singer Eliminated

Semi-final 2 (September 8)[edit]

Guest Performers, Results Show: Little Mix, and AcroArmy

Semi-Finalist Order Act Buzzes and Judges' votes Result (September 9)
Mandel Mel B Klum Stern
3 Shades of Blue 1 Acoustic Rock Band Eliminated
Gary Vider 2 Comedian Crystal Clear app clean.svg Crystal Clear app clean.svg Advanced (Judges' Vote Tied - Won by Public Vote)
Alondra Santos 3 Mariachi Singer Eliminated
Freelusion 4 Video-mapping Dance Group Crystal Clear app clean.svg Crystal Clear app clean.svg Eliminated (Judges' Vote Tied - Lost by Public Vote)
Alicia Michilli 5 Singer Eliminated
Piff the Magic Dragon 6 Comic Magician Advanced
Daniella Mass 7 Opera Singer Eliminated
Uzeyer Novruzov 8 Ladder Acrobat Advanced (Online Public Vote)
The Professional Regurgitator 9 Regurgitator Advanced
Sharon Irving 10 Gospel Singer Eliminated
Paul Zerdin 11 Ventriloquist Advanced

Finals (September 15–16)[edit]

Guest Performers, Performance show: The Rockettes, Flo Rida

  Winner |   Runner-up |   3rd place |   Top 5
Finalist Act Performed with
(2nd Performance)
Result (September 18) [13]
Oz Pearlman Mentalist Penn & Teller and Mat Franco 10 3rd
Uzeyer Novruzov Ladder Acrobat Freelusion 11 Finalist
Benton Blount Singer & Guitarist Rachel Platten Finalist
Gary Vider Comedian Jeff Ross 12 Finalist
Piff the Magic Dragon Comic Magician Penn & Teller and Mat Franco 10 Finalist
Paul Zerdin Ventriloquist Terry Fator 1st
The Craig Lewis Band Singing Duet Yolanda Adams, and Harlem Gospel Choir Grand-finalist
Derek Hughes Magician Penn & Teller and Mat Franco 10 Finalist
The Professional Regurgitator Regurgitator Penn & Teller Grand-finalist
Drew Lynch Comedian Jeff Ross 12 2nd
  • ^10 Oz Pearlman, Piff the Magic Dragon and Derek Hughes conducted a joint routine for their second performance, and thus shared the same guest performers.
  • ^11 Although they lost in the semi-finals, Freelusion were given a special invite to conduct a joint routine with Uzeyer Novruzov for his second performance.
  • ^12 Drew Lynch and Gary Vider conducted a joint routine for their second performance, and thus shared the same guest performers.

Ratings[edit]

The following ratings are based upon those published by Nielsen Media Research after this season's broadcast:

Show Episode title First air date Rating
(18–49)
Share
(18–49)
Viewers
(millions)
Time slot
rank
Nightly
rank
Weekly
rank
1 Auditions Week 1 (Premiere) May 26, 2015 2.6 9 11.09 [14] 1 1 1 [15]
2 Auditions Week 2 June 2, 2015 2.4 9 10.84 [16] 1 1 3 [17]
3 Auditions Week 3 June 9, 2015 2.3 8 10.44 [18] 2 2 4 [19]
4 Auditions Week 4 June 16, 2015 2.3 8 10.18 [20] 1 2 4 [21]
5 Auditions Week 5 June 23, 2015 2.6 10 11.08 [22] 1 1 1 [23]
6 Auditions Week 6 June 30, 2015 2.5 9 10.74 [24] 2 2 3 [25]
7 Auditions Week 7 July 7, 2015 2.3 8 10.57 [26] 1 1 1 [27]
8 Judge Cuts Week 1 July 14, 2015 2.4 9 10.82 [28] 1 2 2 [29]
9 Judge Cuts Week 2 July 21, 2015 2.3 9 10.50 [30] 1 1 1 [31]
10 Judge Cuts Week 3 July 28, 2015 2.1 8 10.33 [32] 1 1 3 [33]
11 Judge Cuts Week 4 August 4, 2015 2.2 8 10.21 [34] 1 1 3 [35]
12 Quarterfinals Week 1 (Performances) August 11, 2015 2.5 9 11.43 [36] 1 1 1 [37]
13 Quarterfinals Week 1 (Results) August 12, 2015 1.6 6 8.83 [38] 2 2 6 [37]
14 Quarterfinals Week 2 (Performances) August 18, 2015 2.3 8 10.86 [39] 1 1 1 [40]
15 Quarterfinals Week 2 (Results) August 19, 2015 1.6 6 9.12 [41] 2 2 7 [40]
16 Quarterfinals Week 3 (Performances) August 25, 2015 2.2 8 10.34 [42] 1 1 2 [43]
17 Quarterfinals Week 3 (Results) August 26, 2015 1.6 6 8.46 [44] 2 2 7 [43]
18 Semifinals Week 1 (Performances) September 1, 2015 2.3 8 10.55 [45] 1 1 2 [46]
19 Semifinals Week 1 (Results) September 2, 2015 1.7 7 9.29 [47] 2 2 6 [46]
20 Semifinals Week 2 (Performances) September 8, 2015 2.1 7 10.53 [48] 1 1 9 [49]
21 Semifinals Week 2 (Results) September 9, 2015 1.8 7 9.46 [50] 2 2 12 [49]
22 Finals (Performances) September 15, 2015 2.4 9 11.33 [51] 1 1 6 [52]
23 Finale September 16, 2015 2.1 7 9.54 [53] 1 1 9 [52]

Specials

Show Episode title First air date Rating
(18–49)
Share
(18–49)
Viewers
(millions)
Time slot
rank
Nightly
rank
Weekly
rank
S1 Best of Season 10 Auditions July 22, 2015 1.2 5 5.66 [54] 3 4 12 [31]
S2 10 Years of Talent July 29, 2015 1.6 6 5.80 [55] 2 2 8 [33]
S3 World's Got Talent August 5, 2015 1.5 6 6.99 [56] 2 2 9 [35]
S4 Finale Performance Recap September 16, 2015 1.2 4 5.65 [53] 3 4 19 [52]

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