America's Got Talent 2016-Season 11-The best talent show on the planet begins

They read minds, climb stacks of wobbly chairs, dance with dogs. All this as America's Got Talent begins a new season with Judge Simon Cowell!

So guess who's back on stage judging!


What happened to that disaster he created after so much success on American Idol….."The X-Factor?"

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America's Got Talent is the crème de la crème of competitive reality shows in my assessment.

First of all, there are no limits on the talent presented, just that the judges must consider it a talent. Thus you will get people who do absurd things like fart or scream loud.

You also get magicians, dancers, balancing acts, contortionists and sometimes, a singer.

On the first show there was featured an act consisting of a man and a woman. The woman sat on some kind of swing and Heidi Klum was asked to hand over something our of her purse. She gave a container of eye drops.

While her partner held the container in HIS hands, far away from his partner sitting on that seat, she was able to read the label of the eye drops, even the EXPIRATION DATE!

The team did a couple more such amazing facts and it's the sort of thing one finds on America's Got Talent and nowhere else.

Then there was little Nathan, age 6, who wants a million Legos instead of a million bucks. Kid was a comedian…God bless.

For the first two episodes we had fantastic dog shows, an old guy climbing on a bunch of chairs, song acts, contortionists….on and on.

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