• Arts & Entertainment

    Queens College is center of America’s Got Talent auditions

    Jugglers, singers, musicians and break dancers were some of the 1,600 applicants at the Q Cafe and Rathaus Hall on Nov. 14. They all were applying for America’s Got Talent, the popular reality show on NBC that first began in 2006. Contestants registered online and received an ID number before coming to Queens College. After waiting three to four hours, those officially registered needed to sign a waiver. Judges call 100 people at a time and each person shows their talent. Michael Philidor, a rapper from New Jersey known as “Mikenificent,” applied twice before for the competition and went for a third audition. “This is what I live for and…