‘Waste of Time’: ‘AGT’ Season 19’s Sofia Vergara and fellow judges hit Xs for singer Missy Galore

PASADENA, CALIFORNIA: Missy Galore, a singer and performer hailing from the bustling city of New York was recently featured in the sixth episode of Season 19 of the popular television show “America’s Got Talent.”

Although Missy had a charismatic stage presence and attractive appearance, it was apparent that her vocal skills did not meet the level of excellence exhibited by past contestants on the program.

The panel of judges, consisting of Howie Mandel, Heidi Klum, Sofia Vergara quickly pressed their X buttons as soon as Missy began her performance.

However, Simon Cowell, known for his harsh criticism, chose to give her a chance to prove herself. Despite this, Sofia Vergara expressed her disappointment, feeling that Missy’s act did not meet the high standards expected on the show.

“We lost precious moments of our lives,” Sofia concluded.

“AGT” Season 19 contestant Missy Galore (Instagram/@shamanatrix.missy.galore)

Has ‘AGT’ contestant Missy Galore advanced to Live Shows?

The answer to the above question is a big no. Unfortunately, Missy Galore didn’t make it through the Live Shows on “AGT” Season 19 when she received three X’s from judges Heidi, Sofia, and Howie. The rule in the show is that if an act receives more than one red X vote, they are eliminated. Therefore, Missy Galore was eliminated from the competition.

“AGT” Season 19 contestant Missy Galore is a singer (Facebook/@shamanatrix.missy.galore)

Who is Missy Galore on “AGT” Season 19?

Originally from New York but now living in California, Missy Galore is a talented musician and the creator of the COSMiC YUM Happiness Support Society. Despite her success in the music industry, she faced challenges that led her to turn to singing as a form of healing and meditation.

Missy has opened up on her website about using music to cope with difficult situations such as betrayal and feeling disconnected from the world. She was thriving in her music career and enjoying every moment of her life, but things took a turn for the worse.

The NBC show contestant revealed on her website that she turned to singing as a form of therapy to deal with difficult experiences, such as facing betrayal that threatened her life and feeling overwhelmed by the chaos in the world.

During her journey to recovery, Galore found strength in her own song “FLUFF the Goodness” which reminded her that happiness is a fundamental right for every individual, regardless of their situation in life.

Inspired by this realization, she decided to spread the message of heart healing through FLUFF workshops and developed innovative tools to empower others. As a former contestant on NBC, Galore continues to inspire and uplift her followers with her uplifting message of resilience and positivity.

“AGT” Season 19 contestant Missy Galore is from New York (Instagram/@shamanatrix.missy.galore)

“AGT” Season 19 contestant Missy Galore starred in a Sundance Award winning documentary

Missy Galore is not only a social media influencer but also a Shamanatrix of Love who uses her platform to spread love and positivity through various forms of media such as music, video, text and art.

She gained recognition as a contestant on Season 19 of “AGT” and her unique rituals and performances were featured in the award-winning documentary “We Live in Public” of 2009. That documentary was recognized as one of the top 10 artist forum organizations. in January 2010.

In addition, Missy’s art has been exhibited in prestigious institutions such as the United Nations, the Guggenheim Museum, the Warhol Museum, and the Berlin Biennial. In addition to her other accomplishments, Missy developed the WildFlower Mantras music meditation series and established Video Galore. She is also the author of “Lovelution Solutions”.

“AGT” Season 19 contestant Missy Galore (Instagram/@shamanatrix.missy.galore)

The 19th season of “America’s Got Talent” premieres new episodes every Tuesday at 8pm and 5pm and 5pm on NBC. The season is available for streaming on Peacock, where episodes can be watched the next day.

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