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Edon Pinchot eliminated from America’s Got Talent
By: Leonard Carl
Published: August 30th, 2012 in Culture » TV » News
Edon Pinchot

There’s an age-old axion that proclaims, “All good things must come to an end.”

And last night, August 30th, on NBC’s America’s Got Talent, a very good thing – in the form of the phenomenally talented14-year-old Edon Pinchot – lovingly dubbed as the Jewish Justin Bieber, ended, for now.

The kippah-wearing singer/pianist was voted off of AGT, but that doesn’t mean that this young man won’t have a succesful musical career in the not so distant future.

The three acts who have moved forward to the finals include William Close, Tom Cotter and Joe Castillo.

After weeks of wowing judges, studio audiences and viewers around the world, Edon’s dream have temporarily been derailed, but rest assured, Pinchot is destined for great success including his acting debut when he takes on Neil Diamond’s role in any future versions of the film “The Jazz Singer”,

This gifted – (you might even call him one of “The Chosen”) teenager from Skokie, IL., did some serious “representin’” on behalf of the worldwide Jewish community, and for that we say, “Todah Rabah” and “sing on, young Edon!”

Next week will see the final 12 semifinalist battle for the three remaining spots in the finals.

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