Buffalo Native Justin Rhodes Makes His Father Cry on ‘America’s Got Talent’ – [VIDEOS]
Buffalo native Justin Rhodes brought tears to his father's eyes as he watched his son perform for the first time since he was a child on 'America's Got Talent.' Rhodes, who has moved to Florida touched not only his family, but the judges with his beautiful voice and good looks.
How am I supposed to sleep tonight? Thanks a lot #AGT!
— Justin Rhodes (@IAmJustinRhodes) June 11, 2014
Anna Clendening suffers from anxiety and depression. How she got on stage, in front of thousands of people and millions more watching on TV, is a feat in itself. Judge Howie Mandell, who suffers from OCD, related with Anna and gave her the encouragement she needed to sing. When she did, she had the judges and the audience on their feet.
Had no idea my struggle and my story could help people. You all help ME so much ❤️
— Anna Clendening (@annawclendening) June 11, 2014
— Howie Mandel (@howiemandel) June 11, 2014
Smoothini, a bar magician amazed the judges with his slight of hand, performing without any props other than a deck of cards and a salt shaker. Howard Stern called it the best of the night. Not only were his tricks amazing, his personality will win a lot of votes this season.
Comedienne Jodi Miller had the judges rolling in their chairs with her routing about how men are like cats and women are like dogs. I have a feeling she will be quitting her day job, delivering groceries soon. I can't wait to hear more.
— Jodi Miller (@JodiMillerComic) June 11, 2014
Comedian Jodi Miller
New Hartford speed painter Robert Channing still hasn't appeared on AGT, but another audition episode airs on NBC Tuesday night at 8.