I don't want to sound racist but I just watched an episode with a black man not even doing an act just basically said “My sister died young now please clap” AND HE GOT A GOLDEN BUZZER?!!?!?!?!?
外围体育投注It's either about your age or your story, not your talent. They start off showing some depressing backstory where everyone's crying, and/or they show how cute this 11 year old (or whatever) is and they do some mediocre act (probably singing) and BOOM they've won the whole thing.
外围体育投注A lot of the time the people who don't win are the really talented people (with actually interesting and unique talent) who didn't have as depressing of a backstory or weren't as young, so they lose.
Like when Grace VanderWaal won. Sure, she was ok, but no way did she deserve that golden buzzer or to win. She was kinda good for her age, but this isn't a "who's most talented relative to their age" competition, this is a "who's most talented" competition. And the people who came in second? SO MUCH BETTER.
There are exceptions, like I thought Darci Lynne was pretty good and unique, but then Angelica Hayle was in second. Another example of good for her age, but not better than the others against her. The only reason she made it that far is because she was cute. And didn't she get the golden buzzer too? Bullshit.
I understand these are for entertainment and not to actually get talented people out there, but it's still so annoying.