A mighty Storm hit AGT
Storm unleashed a stunning, torch arrangement of 'I've Got You Under My Skin.'
on Tuesday night (June 15), and we're all the better for it.Stepping up to the stage, the California hopeful Storm Large (yes, that's her real name) impressed immediately with her shock of red hair, and down-to-earth confidence.When she admitted her age (51), Simon Cowell seemed thrilled."Have we met before?" he asked."We were so young," she quipped in response.
Watch T.3 Go 'Into the Unknown' With Their Sky-High Notes on 'America's Got Talent'Storm then unleashed a stunning, torch arrangement of"I've Got You Under My Skin." In the later stages, that jazz standard turned ferocious as she belted out high notes with all the gusto of a rock 'n' roll pro.
A standing ovation followed, all four judges applauding on their feet. Viewers at home also loved what they saw. Among them, the legendary Canadian singer K.D. Lang who tweeted:"Awesome storm. You nailed it!"If you thought Storm looked comfortable before the bright lights of headtopics.com
AGT, you'd be right. She was a competitor in the 2006 reality TV seriesRock Star: Supernova,in which the performers battled it out to lead a"supergroup" featuring drummer Tommy Lee, bass player Jason Newsted and guitarist Gilby Clarke.Read more: billboard »
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Tropical Storm Bill forms far off coast of North CarolinaMIAMI (AP) — The second named storm of this year’s hurricane season, Tropical Storm Bill, has formed far off the North Carolina coast. The National Hurricane Center in Miami said the storm emerged from a tropical depression swirling about 335 miles (539 kilometers) off of Cape Hatteras, North Carolina. 🧐🥱🥱😴 annettebpink bye bye As
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Tropical Storm Bill forms far off coast of North CarolinaThe National Hurricane Center in Miami said the storm emerged from a tropical depression swirling about 335 miles off of Cape Hatteras, North Carolina. Should’ve been Roy We probably could have stopped the Malibu fire storm by stopping the coastal river flow into the ocean thus blocking wind. The ecoli etc. from skid row primarily made coastal sand shoals that blocked tide and pressured wind storm when fresh water peters out in fall. Fascinating. Thank you for the report, friends.
Tropical depression forms off North Carolina, could strengthen to Tropical Storm BillA tropical depression formed off the North Carolina coast and could strengthen to become the second named storm of the 2021 Atlantic hurricane season.
Tropical Storm Bill forms in the AtlanticTropical Storm Bill strengthened from a tropical depression in the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of North Carolina Ummm. What reality. It was just a little wind in the southern sea Not a real threat to you or me Just meanderin' west with lots of time to kill... Now I don't care if it's not that big But the meanest thing the Weather Service did Right before it hit the coast, they named it... ....Bill. BILL?