America's got talent—as well as people who impersonate Ozzy Osbourne and shake unnaturally large portions of their anatomy—but only one person can rightfully claim to have more talent than anybody else.
And that person is Neil E. Boyd, this season's winner.
The opera-singing insurance salesman just hit a high note that will bring him one meeeellion dollars, a headlining Las Vegas gig and a deluge of colorful confetti. Plus, he received a taped shout-out from opera legend Plácido Domingo.
"What has happened to my life?" asked a tearful Boyd.
Having successfully navigated to the final five, not to mention the judgments of David Hasselhoff, Sharon Osbourne, Piers Morgan and the emceeing antics of Jerry Springer, Boyd faced down the last challengers, which included three singers—Donald Braswell, Eli Mattson and Queen Emily—and the violin duo Nuttin But Stringz.
Now it's on to that Vegas gig—we hope without the Ozzy imitators.