MilKid Noah Epps Makes His 'America's Got Talent' Debut
For the 15th season of "America's Got Talent" (Tuesdays at 8:00 p.m. ET on NBC and Sundays at 9:00 p.m. ET) things are very different. Sofia Vergara, who has just completed "Modern Family," joins the cast as a new judge, and the program had to adapt production to the age of COVID-19.
Fortunately, they were able to shoot some auditions in the traditional format before normal production ended in March. Now the judges (Vergara, Simon Cowell, Howie Mandel and Heidi Klum) and the moderator Terry Crews are filming at home and will judge future auditions and the later rounds from a distance since the acts appear in isolation.
Fortunately, the military kid Noah Epps had the opportunity to show his dance moves on the big stage, and now the segment he recorded in March will air on the June 16 episode. Noah has just graduated from sixth grade and lives in Ashburn, Virginia, just outside of Washington, D.C.
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We have a clip of his foreplay performance using hip-hop dance moves while playing the character of a puppet.
We all have to get involved to see the judges' reactions, but Noah's performance is exactly the kind of action that has traditionally impressed her.
Noah's mother is Natasha Feliciano, who served in the Navy for 11 years and recently retired as a first class SH1 non-commissioned officer. She served around the world and her family was based at Naval Station Norfolk and Naval Amphibious Base Little Creek, Virginia. Yokosuka Naval Base, Japan; Pearl Harbor-Hickman, Hawaii Common Base; and Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Maryland.
Obviously, television is a bit strange right now. News channels and competition reality judges make their own hair and makeup, and use equipment that sometimes makes them appear less polished than the average youthful YouTube or Instagram influencer. Will we all be okay if network television looks more like social media? Or will everyone strive to return to the expensive production blooms that we expected?
Fortunately, Noah Epps had the opportunity to appear on stage with huge production values for his audition. The bet here is that he will sail into the later rounds and we will have the chance to see him from home in future episodes of "America's Got Talent" (Quarantine Edition).
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