Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by GaryPuppet, Sep 16, 2014.
And when will anyone hear from them ever again?
If those black guys are gay, I'll go with them, Howard's probably drained his balls thinking of them, he owes it to them.
That Emily West old cunt that the producers personally scouted before hand and then showcased due o the previous year's ridiculous lack of talent, thats my guess
‘America's Got Talent’ (AGT) Season 9 (2014) Winner: Betting Odds And Judges Predict Who Could Win The Finals
"America's Got Talent" (AGT) Season 9 (2014) is nearing its finale. The show is about to kick of its two-part Finals round that will end with star-studded grand finale and crowning of the winner. Fans have already chosen their favourites and are eager to know if they stand a chance to claim the victory. The results of the competition will only be declared on Sept. 17, 2014. But before that, let's take a look at the betting odds that could help in predicting who could win the Finals of "America's Got Talent" (AGT) Season 9 (2014).
"America's Got Talent" (AGT) Season 9 (2014) has reached its climax. Final performances by the six finalists, celebrity gigs and declaration of the winner are all that is left of the show. Sept. 16 will see the beginning of the Final Round wherein the Final 6 will deliver their last performances on the "AGT" stage to win the votes of the viewers.
Last week, the show revealed its top 6 acts who will perform in the Finals. The six finalists of "America's Got Talent" (AGT) Season 9 (2014) standing in the competition to claim the most coveted prize are: Quintavious Johnson, AcroArmy, Emily West, Miguel Dakota, Sons of Serendip and Mat Franco.
Meanwhile, based on betting odds, Examiner reports who has the "best odds of" becoming the winner of "America's Got Talent" (AGT) Season 9 (2014). The report is based on odds byGold Derby predicting who among the six finalists could win the title of most talented and most entertaining act.
According to the predictions by Gold Derby, Mat Franco, the magician, is the frontrunner of "America's Got Talent" (AGT) Season 9 (2014) with 11/10 odds in favour. Emily West, the singer, stands at 27/20 and Quintavious Johnson, the child singer, has 9/1 odds in his favour. Sons of Serendip and Miguel Dakota have 12/1 and AcroArmy is predicted least likely winners of Season 9 (2014) of "America's Got Talent" (AGT).
Meanwhile, in an interview with Parade, two judges made the predictions about who could win the show. Speaking to the publication, Mel B said that she has "lots of predictions." However, she later named Quintavious Johnson. As for Howie Mandel, he named Miguel Dakota and explained that it all "comes down to popularity and that's what talents shows are-stars are popularity contests."
Fans must note these are mere predictions and the real results will be declared on Wednesday after the star-studded grand finale. Following the performances of six finalists during the Final Round, the grand finale will see performances by A-List celebrities such as Jennifer Hudson, Ed Sheeran, Lenny Kravitz, Train, Pitbull and The Rockettes.
The winner of "America's Got Talent" (AGT) Season 9 (2014) will win $1 million prize, a headlining show in Las Vegas and the most coveted title and trophy. Don't forget to tune into the Finals/ Finale of the show on Sept. 16 and Sept. 17 at 8:00 p.m. ET on NBC. Meanwhile, who do you think could win the show? Sound off your opinion in the comments section below.
For more "America's Got Talent" (AGT) Season 9 (2014) spoilers and information, read below:
'America's Got Talent' (AGT) Season 9 (2014) Finale Spoilers: Find Out What Happens In The Finals Week
Which one is a Buchwald client ?
Quintavious is a lengthy black teen? Howard is going to have a tough choice.
$1million paid out over 40 years. 25 grand a year minus taxes. Anyone remember who won three years ago?
Have they posted the fine print on the "$1 million" prize?
$5,000 a year for the next 200 years?
ha, just beat me to it.
Paid out over 40 years!
Networks about to launch new fall line ups...
...AGT heads for thee hillz
Having watched less than a combined season total of 15 mins of that shit show, I'm proud to say: "WGAS, WGAF!"
Quintavious is the Urkel doppleganger.
This is how it turns out: A man who wowed millions while winning America’s Got Talent in 2010 is back playing for a couple hundred fans in the same venues he frequented before even auditioning for the far-reaching TV show. He allows that he’s not built for the type of intense fame—much of it totally unrelated to his music—that winning AGT presented. In a way, this outcome was always Grimm’s destiny.
The rest of the AGT money, or most of it, is spent. Grimm received about $450,000 of that purported $1 million, after taxes and an additional fee for taking the award in a single lump sum instead of in annual installments. He bought the house, lent or just gave away tens of thousands of dollars, spent quite a lot on that wedding in Maui and bought himself a used Nissan Frontier pickup from his father-in-law.
“I have a little bit left,” he says, shrugging off the expenditures. “Not even $50,000, so I get to make a living in Vegas, which is one of the only places you can do what I do and make a good living.”
What a piece of shit
$450,000 after taxes is a decent prize. I wonder if they pay you for the two night Las Vegas appearance or do they claim that's included in the one million. Knowing how cheap AGT is they probably say that is part of the contract and you aren't paid additional fees.
Howard mentioned that back before he evolved into America's judge
"Stern wondered, though, about the AGT "fine print": "You know, I was reading the fine print at the end of that show. I think it's one of those shows where they do payouts of like forty thousand a year for like forty years or something?"
Unfortunately for Michael Grimm, the situation is grimmer still. The "fine print" at the end of America's Got Talent states: The prize, which totals $1,000,000, is payable in a financial annuity over forty years, or the contestant may choose to receive the present cash value of such annuity.
Howard Stern Show producer Gary "Baba Booey" Dell'Abate broke in with the official information stating that the million dollars was payable in annual installments of $25,000 over forty years. Booey noted that there was a "buyout" option which gave the winner an option to take a smaller lump sum all at once which Dell'Abate guessed was about $400,000.
"F--- you NBC," said Howard Stern when her heard the real stats. "And Nick Cannon's on there going 'This is the biggest contest prize of any on TV. F--- you NBC."
What's he saying Robin? Robin you there?
Never watch, not a fan.
But some lucky winner(s) will be living la vida loca on $25,000 (before taxes) a year. That could be over $1,000 a year for 40 years for some of the acts who split the money. It's a dream come true.