America's Got Talent Tickets
Details of America's Got Talent and the Ticket Luck value
Americas Got Talent is one of the most popular reality TV shows in the US and many parts of the world. Already, it has spawned many regional and national versions across the world. An interactive talent show, it was created by Ken Warwick, Jason Raff, Cecile Frot-Coutaz and Simon Cowell. The show's creative director is Brian Friedman. Its first presenter was Regis Philbin, in 2006, followed by Jerry Springer in 2007 and 2008. In 2009, Nick Cannon became this reality TV talent show's presenter and has been presenting it since then. Today, many buy Americas Got Talent tickets to be able to see the show live, in all its glory.
Americas Got Talent has seen several renowned celebrities judging the competition. David Hasselhoff was the show's judge from 2006 until 2009. At the same time, Piers Morgan, Brandy Norwood, Sharon Osbourne have also served as show's judge. Howie Mandel has also been judging the show since 2010 whereas Howard Stern has been judging the show since 2012. In 2013, two new judges joined the show; the famous supermodel Heidi Klum and Melania Brown. To date, this world famous talent show has seen eight seasons and over two hundred episodes. Its executive producers are Sam Donnelly, Ken Warwick, Jason Raff and Simon Cowell.
Each Americas Got Talent episode is often one to two hours long. It is produced by FremantleMedia and SYCOtv, with FremantleMedia Enterprises distributing it. It was originally broadcast on NBC and has since then gone on to be broadcast on many more channels in the US and worldwide. Aired on NBC, it is part of the larger Got Talent franchise based in the UK and founded by Simon Cowell. It features dancers, singers, bands, magicians, comedians and many more performers competing for the ultimate one million dollar prize. The winner also gets to headline a show on the popular Las Vegas Strip of venues and casinos.
This reality TV talent show has been wildly popular amongst participants and viewers. It is a platform where many amateurs and unknown performers have risen to fame. The American show has since then gone on to spawn similar shows such as Britain's Got Talent. The format of this reality TV competition begins with producers' auditions that are held in many American cities. Held in theaters across the US, performers and acts perform in front of producers and then go on to the next stage.
The next stage is the judges' auditions which are held in front of a live audience, whose members have bought Americas Got Talent tickets for the show, and four celebrities as judges. These auditions are also held in several American cities and then broadcast on TV. Any performer who receives three or four yes votes from the judges goes to the next step. The audience is also heavily influential in the auditions, often swinging the judges' votes in favor of a performer through cheers.
Before the live shows begin, a series of Las Vegas Week shows take place at venues in the Las Vegas Strip with acts performing in front of the judges for the second time. Eliminated acts during this round may still return to compete in the live shows. For acts and performers who cannot attend live auditions, taped auditions through YouTube have also been allowed, with those selected performing in front of judges. One such performer who auditioned via YouTube was Jackie Evancho, who went on to be second in season five.
In the live shows, anywhere from twenty to sixty acts perform live. Several rounds are part of this, from a Top 10 to Top 8 to semifinals and to the finals. After the semifinals, it all depends on the audience's votes. The first winner of the show was Bianca Ryan and other winners include Terry Fator, Neal E. Boyd, Kevin Skinner, Michael Grimm, Landau Eugene Murphy Jr and Olate Dogs.