Last time, Kenichi Ebina blew the judges away by creating an intricate video game world and working his way through the various stages. This week on "America's Got Talent," he went with a much simpler concept, but still managed to impress. Whereas he fought epic monsters in his video game battle, this week his only nemesis was himself.
What at first appeared to be a mirror image moving behind him instead turned out to be another video screen. This time, Kenichi's "mirror image" performed with him, and then against him. By the end of the routine, "mirror image" Kenichi had escaped from his world and trapped the "real" Kenichi within.
Once again, Kenichi received a standing ovation from the judges. As Gossip Cop noted, Howie Mandel told him, "You, sir, are the biggest talent in the world ... This is a variety show. You have the variety. You’re a comedian. You are a dancer. You are a mime. You are an artist. You are a writer. You do absolutely everything ... You should win a million dollars!’”
Buddy TV's Ted Kindig agreed, writing that "talent is one thing, but the creative spark in Kenichi is on a whole other level. I love him, and I wish him all the success in the world.”
Does Kenichi Ebina have what it takes to win "America's Got Talent"? Keep tuning in every Tuesday and Wednesday at 9 p.m. ET on NBC to find out.
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