America’s Got Talent Season 10 Live Shows Week 2 August 18 Recap & Videos

America’s Got Talent Season 10 live quarterfinals week 2 will be aired live from Radio City Music Hall in New York City Tuesday night, August 18, 2015.


Tonight, twelve more acts from the Top 36 perform for America’s vote. Last week, America chose Alondra Santos (Judges’ Save,) Benton Blount, Drew Lynch, Paul Zerdin, Piff the Magic Dragon, Samantha Johnson (Dunkin’ Save) and SIRO-A to move on to the semi-finals.

Performers for tonight’s episode are: Damone Rippy pro flyboarder, 3 Shades of Blue, Freckled Sky, ladder balancer Uzeyer Novruzov, The craiglewis Band, Animation Crew, DM Nation, singing puppet Ira Fennelbloom, young opera star Arielle Baril, gospel singer Sharon Irving, magician Derek Hughes and stand-up comedian Myq Kaplan.

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DM Nation: An all-girl army of 14 from Canada brings confidence, power and focused moves in their energetic dance.

Derek Hughes: He get laughs and cheers when he gets Mel B involved in his magic performance!

3 Shades of Blue: Four sexy dudes with brotherly love from Philadelphia put a rock twist on a pop smash with their cover of “Chains” by Nick Jonas.

Animation Crew: At one point we all wanted to be our favorite video game character, and this innovative popping dance crew does just that!

Arielle Baril: The self-taught, 12-year-old opera singer performs “Pie Jesu” by Andrew Lloyd Webber.

Uzeyer Novruzov: A Chaplin-esque circus performer attempts to go higher than ever on his 18-foot ladder!

Ira: A puppet goes aboard a yacht surrounded by mermaids and professes his love to Mel B with a cover of “It’s Not Unusual” by Tom Jones.

Damone Rippy: A 17-year-old heartthrob dressed in a tux dips in and out of the Hudson River.

Myq Kaplan: A comedian tells jokes about his lack of love for kids.

Craig Lewis Band: The best friends heat up the Radio City Music Hall stage with a soulful cover of “Try a Little Tenderness” by Otis Redding.

Freckled Sky: Val and his dancers perfect digital poetry with an amazing dance accompanied by a waterfall of images.

Sharon Irving: Her grandfather marched with Dr. King, and now she keeps his dream alive with an impassioned performance of “Glory” from Selma.