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The "America's Got Talent" crop for 2008 was narrowed on Tuesday night to the 20 semifinalists still in the running for the $1 million grand prize and a headlining gig in Las Vegas.
To the results: In the results everyone wanted to know about, 4-year-old singer Kaitlyn Maher made it through to the next round, advancing over Flambeaux thanks to America's vote after Wednesday's performances. The other three acts to make it by popular demand were urban violinists Nuttin But Stringz (over Indiggo); pianist and singer Eli Mattson (over Dorae Saunders); and singer Donald Braswell (over The Dallas Desperados Dancers).
The judges were left to decide the fate of R&B singer Bryan Cheatham and The Tappin' Dads. The vote was split, at first, with Piers Morgan giving his vote to Cheatham while Sharon Osbourne supported the Dads. That left David Hasselhoff to break the tie and, after complimenting both acts and telling Cheatham he could headline a Vegas show, The Hoff voted for The Tappin' Dads and ...