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- Thousands of auditions led to the top 10, and Thursday night, America's votes decided which five performers would still have a shot at the $1 million grand prize and a headlining show in Las Vegas.
It was a packed 30-minute results show that somehow still had time for Natasha Bedingfield to perform her current single "Angel."
Host Jerry Springer promised "some very major shocks" with the results. Would the promise hold true?
To the results: Jerry first asked uran violinists Nuttin' But Stringz and family band The Wright Kids to come to center stage. One safe, one going home. Nuttin' But Stringz lived on, leaving The Wright Kids to cry a little as they watched their journey on the show.
Next up were Elvis impersonator Joseph Hall and single mom Queen Emily. Joseph was all shook up when he got news that he'd be going home. Apparently, America could help falling in love with him. Queen Emily moved on. Joseph kept a strong smile on his face and threw up the Hawaiian "hang loose" sign with his right hand.
Be our guest...: As promised, Natasha Bedingfield stopped by and sang "Angel."
Back to business: Jerry got back to the results by bringing back the biggest and smallest performers in the competition: 4-year-old Kaitlyn Maher and opera singer Neal E. Boyd. Neal had a concerned look on his face as he looked across and saw Kaitlyn walking to her spot across from him. Judge Sharon Osbourne's jaw dropped in disbelief. Jerry called out Neal's name and he rejoiced while Kaitlyn sweetly walked right over to him and gave him a congratulatory hug.
Up next were Paul Salos and Donald Braswell, meaning a fan favorite was sure to get dumped. Paul gave a quick "awww, shucks" look as Donald's name was called. Donald seemed unable to contain his disbelief at his good fortune. At one point, he was out of the competition as the judges didn't pick him among the top 40. A bad break for another contestant gave him another shot and there he was, now with a 20 percent chance at winning the whole deal. Paul watched with a huge smile as the highlight reel showed how he did it his way.
The final spot came down to pianist and singer Eli Mattson and guitarist and singer Jessica Price. Jessica appeared resigned to a doomed fate while Eli looked focused and hopeful. There was good cause for both of their looks. Jessica went home and Eli claimed the final top five spot. Jessica said she never thought she'd get as far as she did, "so, thank you."
In the end, Jerry's "major shocks" claim didn't really pan out. This was a prety solid top five, and while it was sad to see acts like Jessica Price and Paul Salos go, it's tough to argue with the final crop of Donald Braswell, Eli Mattson, Neal E. Boyd, Nuttin' But Stringz and Queen Emily.