By Shawn Rice
Sara Carson revealed that she was estranged from her family because they did not regard her work as a dog trainer as a worthy successor to their long line of military service. She had believe them to be right until she was given Hero who, she says, has “given a purpose again.” Indeed, she readily admits, “If it wasn’t for Hero, I probably wouldn’t be here right now.”
After Sara and Hero performed a dancing act involving a sword, Simon Cowell and Heidi Klum both showed their support, but Mel B and Howie Mandel voting no and opted not to send her to the next round.
Mandel likened her to the dinner theater show Medieval Times. As he explained, “If they took that concept and made a one-woman-show, that’s what I think it would be.” And, he concluded, “I didn’t see an amazing trick.” After Mel B. concurred, Cowell came out swinging. “They had a sword fight! I’ve never seen a dog have a sword fight with its owner before. And I felt Hero was singing along with the music.”
Simon got on stage and pleaded with Howie and Mel to change their votes… and Howie did.
What did you think of the performance? Let us know in the comments section.
America’s Got Talent Social Media Reactions
Mel. What in the world. You and Howie missed the whole concept and talent of that act. It’s extremely hard to train a dog to do that. #hero
— Anette Hilburn (@anettehilburn1) June 28, 2017
— Ryan Lefebvre (@LefebvreRyan) June 28, 2017
Hero/Sara you bring life and inspiration to those who love unconditionally. Thank you Simon and Howie Not U Mel Next time U ask Big Fat No
— Charlu Stiker (@Charlu56) June 28, 2017
Thank you for showing how great a rescue animal can be. And how much happiness you can see in their faces..Thank you again for what you do
— Spiritlight_Ministry (@Spirit_Ministry) June 28, 2017
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