Because there is no shortage of fame-hungry people for reality talent competitions, NBC's America's Got Talent wants to see if its nationwide search missed anyone. The network has turned to YouTube auditions to cover its bases. Viewers have until June 1 to showcase their "talent" and submit their YouTube video for a chance to appear on the show for a shot at the $1 million prize. The 90-second video submissions should tell the judges who you are and why you deserve the opportunity to compete in front of a live audience-as well as highlighting your unique talent
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