'America's Got Talent': A 280 lb. Ball of Concrete, Ribbons and Dancing
'America's Got Talent': A 280 lb. Ball of Concrete, Ribbons and Dancing
Tiffany  Luckey
Tiffany Luckey
Contributing Writer, BuddyTV
Last night's episode of America's Got Talent gave us some extremely good acts too. All of these acts will be seen again when they perform in Las Vegas.

First out of the gate was a familiar dance crew named Strykers All-Stars. They competed in the third season of MTV's America's Best Dance Crew and they really do have talent. Here's their amazing performance:

The Gentlemen of NUCO were a group of classical musicians that proved they were contemporary and fun to listen to.

A gospel group, NU Covenant blew us away with their amazing harmonies. It will be great to see them perform again.

Then Naishon Jones took the stage with his incredible dance moves. He almost looks like his bones are made of rubber. I have to wonder why we haven't seen him try out for So You Think You Can Dance.

My favorite moment of the evening was when shy, unassuming Carlos Aponte took the stage. He's a young man from Puerto Rico and when he began to sing it was magic. Where did this man get that amazing voice?

Next, Polina Volchek, a woman with hot pink hair showed us what can be done with hula-hoops and ribbons in a fabulous performance.

But before the evening was over, we saw strong man John Beatty put Piers in his place. Piers Morgan said that he wasn't that impressed when John rolled a frying pan up into a tortilla-shaped tube. So he tried to unroll it and looked like a fool. The guy was amazing.

The last act of the evening was cute little Debra Romer. She had a very inspiring story and sang her song beautifully. She really made me want to see her succeed.

So there you have it. That's the good acts from the Chicago auditions. Which were your favorites? Was your favorite overlooked? Let us know!

Be sure to watch the last of this season's auditions for America's Got Talent tonight at 8pm on NBC.

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