Sinatra Crooner Landau Eugene Murphy Jr. Wins America's Got Talent Season 6

James Johnson

Sinatra crooner Landau Eugene Murphy Jr. beat out a field of talented singers, dancers and performers to win season 6 of America's Got Talent, claiming the competitions $1 million prize along with a Vegas contract.

The singer managed to beat out body-lighted Team iLuminate, the band PopLyfe and shadow dancers Silhouettes. It should be noted that PopLyfe stumbled during their Queen cover medley on Tuesday.

During the finale for season 6 the 36-year-old crooner performed with Patti LaBell, a big jump in his career after appearing on the show straight from his job at a West Virginia car wash.

The other acts also got to perform with known performers, including iLuminate with Cobra Starship, Silhouettes with LeAnn Rimes and PopLyfe who played a tune with Stevie Wonder.

Returning to the show was last season's runner up Jackie Evancho, the tiny operatic singer who has launched quite the career of her own.

Do you think Landau Eugene Murphy Jr. deserved to win America's Got Talent Season 6? Here's a video of him performing so you can make up your mind:

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