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The Winner of ‘America’s Got Talent’ 2013 Is Kenichi Ebina

Dazzling dancer Kenichi Ebina was hardly making a living last year, performing in a Japanese troupe, but that’s all changed after capturing the grand prize of 1 million dollars on season 8 of “America’s Got Talent” on NBC, Wednesday night.

Kenichi, who mesmerized America with his unbelievable, unique free style, body twists and robotic choreography beat out five impressive finalists: sultry singer Cami Bradley, teen magician Collins Key, opera trio Forte, country singer Jimmy Rose and comedian Taylor Williamson.

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