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"America's Got Talent" returned for a fourth season on Tuesday night, and it was less than 30 seconds into the opening montage before there was a Susan Boyle sighting. New host Nick Cannon, ... See full synopsis »

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"America's Got Talent" returned for a fourth season on Tuesday night, and it was less than 30 seconds into the opening montage before there was a Susan Boyle sighting.

New host Nick Cannon, replacing Jerry Springer -- who'd replaced Regis Philbin two years ago -- promised the biggest and baddest season to date, and we got started with a two-hour season premiere. The stakes once again are a $1 million grand prize and a chance to perform in Las Vegas.

The unruly crowd was back for the audition round, which started in New York City. A singer and dancer named Ray Schwarz got it all started for the summer season. Poor Ray was doomed from the start, hitting notes that were as wobbly as his dance moves. A montage of bad performances followed, ending on a hot note when a fire dancer's hair went up in flames and stage hands had to run out on stage with extinguishers to put out the blaze.

Just like that, we were whisked away to Chicago, where we found Moses Lam, who claimed to have a talent that ...

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23 June 2009 (USA)  »

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Sharon Osbourne - Judge: [Asking a percussion group of various ages] So how long have you been doing this?
Percussion Group Member: 18 Years.
Sharon Osbourne - Judge: [Continues to ask the member] And how old are you?
Percussion Group Member: 16.
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Can't Get Enough of Your Love, Babe
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Written and Performed by Barry White
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