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'America's Got Talent' Performance Finale: Sharon Osbourne Tries To Steal One Of The Olate Dogs (VIDEO)

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'America's Got Talent': Sharon Osbourne Winds Up With One Of The Olate Dogs
'America's Got Talent': Sharon Osbourne Winds Up With One Of The Olate Dogs

This was it. The last chance for the six finalists to prove their mettle and impress the viewers on "America's Got Talent." But outgoing judge Sharon Osbourne made it very clear which act was her favorite, or at least the cutest.

The Olate Dogs were the final group to perform, and the had the in-house crowd cooing at how precious the animals were. But Osbourne was so enamored with them, she refused to let one of them go.

"That dog you’re holding might be a millionaire," Howard Stern told her, reminding her that the dog was still competing.

It was a tough night of competition, too. David Garibaldi and His CMYK's kept the judges guessing. Comedian Tom Cotter impressed the judges with his sharp sense of humor, while William Close and the Earth Harp Collective continued to prove that bigger can be better. Receiving slightly-less-but-still-glowing feedback were sand artist Joe Castillo and dance troupe The Untouchables.

Find out who wins it all on the grand finale of "America's Got Talent," Thursday, September 13 at 8 p.m. ET on NBC.

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