In our continuing Turn for the Worse, Suzy Trunquist does her best Amanda Overmyer impression. Then a random man makes random facial expressions for awhile. I'm not sure what's going on, but Sharon has turned away as if in disgust, and Piers and Hoff buzz quickly. I watch it twice, but as far as I can tell he was just moving his face around a lot. I really don't know what that was about. Then Randy Hanson, yet another Ozzy Osbourne impersonator, shows up. Piers and Hasselhoff nominate Sharon to lead the judging. She looks really confused and keeps staring at him. He starts singing and quickly got the crowd to their feet. The Hoff throws his feet up on the table and laughs. At the end of the performance, Piers votes him through and Sharon asks him to drop his drawers so she can check if he is really her husband or not. I'm sure that there are many strange ramifications of celebrity, but it must be really weird to have people dress up exactly like your husband, adopt his mannerisms and mode of speaking, and perform as your husband. It must be especially disconcerting when someone does it as well as Mr. Hanson. Sharon still looks befuddled by the lookalike, says he is really good, and votes him through to Vegas. So long, Turn for the Worse! Please please please let the good acts start now.
Ah, our first sob story. Holly Stone got pregnant at eighteen, put the baby up for adoption and, eighteen years later, began trawling the Internet to find the baby girl she gave up all those years ago. She prowled the corners of the web until she came across MySpace, saw a picture of the girl she knew had to be her daughter, and sent her a message. Via MySpace. Can you imagine how creepy that could be? I refused to go back on after getting IM'd by an embarrassing ex-boyfriend. Holly tells the judges that she is here because she loves MySpace. The Hoff, who is now wearing frameless square Euro glasses along with his vest, explains that only in America could a woman find her daughter on MySpace and then come on television to sing. Sadly, he may be right. Holly sings well enough to get voted through to the next round. Her daughter is there to cheer her on. Jerry is strangely silent this show. Maybe Diva Boy has him tied up backstage while the French maid and her feather duster have their way with him.