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The top 10 finalists on "America's Got Talent" took the stage Wednesday night as America would cut the group in half, deciding the final five that would be announced in a special results show on Thursday.
With no more judges' picks remaining, it would be up to America to make the right choices. Judge Piers Morgan said voters would have to make "responsible choices tonight. The games are over, the sympathy votes are over. This is the real deal." He seemed to be clearly talking about 4-year-old Kaitlyn Maher, who has skated through into the top 10, possibly taking the spot of someone more deserving. What would America do?
Luck be a top 5 finish? Frank Sinatra impersonator Paul Salos talked about his long-time admiration of Ol' Blue Eyes and said he was going to "knock 'em out" with his rendition of "New York, New York." Piers buzzed him about halfway through and later told Salos he'd done Sinatra with style and it had been a pleasure watching him. Piers said Salos is "a million-dollar guy...