SPOILER ALERT: I’m not ashamed to say I’m posting this just to tell you something in case you haven’t seen the results show and don’t want to bother wasting time or … you’ve simply forgotten already.
The winner of “America’s Got Talent” is a truly deserving act, a Japanese-born dancer named Kenichi Ebina, who blends martial arts, freestyle, hip-hop, mime, jazz, and ethnic dance in an compelling way that captured the votes of America. (In his audition, he called it “dance-ish.”)
He beat out a stand-up comic (the self-deprecating Taylor Williamson), a country singer (Jimmy Rose), an operatic trio (Forte), a magician (Collins Key, who did a variation of the same mind-reading trick each time) and a singer-songwriter (Cami Bradley, who looks suspiciously like Brooke White from season 7 of ‘American Idol”).
With proper support, Kenichi Ebina could potentially put together a