HOLLYWOOD - Well it has finally come down to the "Final Four." And unlike the NCAA Basketball Finals, there is not a basketball in sight.
What we do have is a sensational little ten-year-old girl, Jackie Evancho; a porcelain makeup opera singer, Prince Poppycock; a down home, Kevin Skinner type, Michael Grimm; and a black light illusion performance group known as Fighting Gravity, who it seems has somewhere between 45 and 53 members.
Prince Poppycock won over the audience with his tribute to America. PP made three costume changes during his two minute performance.
First he came out as the Statue of Liberty. He then amazingly changed into Mount Rushmore, and ended up in a costume that depicted the Alamo.
Howie Mandel congratulated him and was surprised that he did not come out dressed as Lake Michigan.
Sharon Osbourne giggled and said that he would have looked stunning dressed as Yellowstone National Park.
And Piers Morgan shook his head and wondered what type of underwear PP was wearing underneath his tons of costume.
The prince blushed and replied that he would not say except to say that they had been a special gift purchased at Victoria's Secret by a well known admirer. When asked who the admirer was he blushed again and shook his head in a negative manner.
[EDITOR'S NOTE: I texted my good old pal Larry King and asked him who had purchased PP's special gift from Victoria's Secret. He laughed and said that it was A.L. (Adam Lambert).]
Meanwhile when Michael Grimm was chosen as one of the final four, he just stood there and smiled and smiled and smiled.
Little Jackie Evancho also smiled and once again, like each time before, she thanked the people of her home town of Pittsburgh for voting for her. She is an extremely talented sweet little girl, but like Mandel said she has to realize that it isn't just the people of Pittsburgh who are voting her through but the people of Pensacola, Peoria, Pocatello, and Pueblo as well.
And the black light illusion performance group Fighting Gravity once again left all the viewers spellbound. Piers Morgan said that they have a very good chance of winning simply because there are so many of them and each one has lots of family, friends, fellow students, and girlfriends who will vote, vote, vote.
SIDENOTE: America's Got Talent host Nick "The Peppermint Stick" Cannon wants to dispel the rumor that the show's ex-host Jerry Springer will be taking his place next year. Cannon laughed and said that it won't be happening because Jerry can no longer work without having damn chairs flying all over the place.