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June 28, 2012 2:16 pm
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‘Jewish Justin Bieber’ Edan Pinchot Advances in America’s Got Talent (VIDEO)

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Edon Pinchot. Photo: screenshot via youtube.

Edan Pinchot, dubbed as the “Jewish Justin Beiber“, advanced into the next round of “America’s Got Talent” on NBC, after performing the Usher and David Guetta hit, “Without You”, in Las Vegas.

“He reminds me of a young Billy Joel,” judge Sharon Osbourne said of Edan, after he performed his rendition of “Without You” on the piano.

The 14 year old, who wears a yarmulke on his head, will now move on to the finals round, with the winner taking home a $1 million prize.

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Howard Stern – one of the 3 judges on “America’s Got Talent”, along with Osbourne and Howie Mandel – also enjoyed Pinchot’s performance.

“I think he did better than his original audition,” Stern said.

To watch a video of Pinchot”s performance “America’s Got Talent”, click below.

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  • Fr3ddy Rul3s

    Edan Pinchot performed well and now he has gained the name the Jewish Justin Bieber. I’m excited to see another performance and how well can he do? This show was a great episode and I always look forward to the next when it records on primetime. I’ve enjoyed the past few episodes without the hassle of commercials. The Auto Hop feature, allows me to automatically skip commercials which excited me when my coworkers at Dish showed me how it works. It works the way you use the fast forward button on the remote, but without hitting buttons. The commercials will always be there if you want to watch them. I’m definitely happy now that I won’t be fast forwarding past my commercials only to have to skip back to the start of my next scene. This will prevent the batteries from wearing down so fast.

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