Who Will Win America’s Got Talent 2010?

Who Will Win America’s Got Talent 2010? – Last week, the top 4 of the hit reality and talent show, America’s Got Talent Season 5 was finally announced. The ultimate winner will receive $1,000,000 for the 2010 America’s Got Talent season.

The results of the announcement was held, Wednesday, September 8 and from among the top 10 America’s Got Talent contestants, 3 singers and a performer successfully joined the final 4. America’s Got Talent top 4 are singer Michael Grimm, singer Jackie Evancho, performance group Fighting Gravity, and singer/performer Prince Poppycock.

The youngest among the America’s Got Talent Final 4 is singer Jackie Evancho who is only 10 years old. She is also one of the favorites to win this season. Besides being in America’s Got Talent, Evancho is also performing as a soprano on a world stage.

In their season finale performances, Prince Poppycock performed an opera song where he was suited like a knight in shining armor and saved his princess but Piers Morgan buzzed in telling that his performance was not funny enough to amuse him. Jackie Evancho sang an angelic and cathedral song wearing a white dress. Michael Grimm sang “When A Man Loves A Woman” and Fighting Gravity performed another dance involving the amazing use of lights in the dark.

Who will win America’s Got Talent 2010? Below are the summary of their performances in America’s Got Talent 2010 Finals:

Jackie Evancho


Prince Poppycock


Fighting Gravity


Michael Grimm


3 thoughts on “Who Will Win America’s Got Talent 2010?

  1. I find Piers Morgan incompetent in judging the talent show. He lacks knowledge
    of judging craft and his interpretation of art is substandard. I recommend removal of Piers Morgan. America loves Sharon. She is a really asset to the show. She is sexy, sassy, and smart.

  2. You must be kidding. I will “never” watch America’s Got talent again. Michael over Jackie. WOW”. Where did he learn how to sing. He grunts. I’m sure there are some votes that weren’t counted. Awful… I’m sure there are millions of us out there who wonder what happened. I’d check on that. Remember, I’m I feel like this so do many of us. My son and his family said they aren’t going to be watching next year….

  3. I think Michael won with an edge in the sympathy column. I do think he has talent, but not as much as Jackie. I imagine voters felt sorry for his down and out family and felt he needed the win more than she did. Her future is solid. He has a chance to make it, but what ever happened to Kevin Skynard, last year’s winner? Same deal–hard luck story. I’ve never heard about him since the show was over. I wish Michael the best, but wish Jackie had won.

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