Super Creepy Illusionist from Indonesia Scares Her Way into ‘America’s Got Talent’ Semifinals
“Asia’s Got Talent’ Season 2 winner Marie Antoinette Riana Graharani, also known as The Sacred Riana, is climbing up the ladders in “America’s Got Talent” as she secured a spot in Season 13’s semifinals.
In the third week of “America’s Got Talent” Season 13, The Sacred Riana was one of the lucky performers who advanced to the semifinals, which are is to air on August 7. During her act, the 25-year-old illusionist summoned an “imaginary friend” to play with Mel B.
Viewers and judges alike tense up as Sacred Riana walks on stage while some eerie music plays in the background.
Guest judge Martina McBride tried to interview the contestant, who is originally from Indonesia.
However, Riana just stood in the middle of the stage, twitching her head while everyone in the judges’ panel looked perplexed.
She then walked up to the judges’ table and proceeded to scare the living daylights out of Mel B.
Sacred Riana managed to scare Mel B so bad that the judge walked off the stage, but was later followed by the “imaginary friend.”
Sacred Riana is just like everyone else when she’s not out there scaring people with her act. She appeared on an Indonesian talk show as Graharani back in 2014.
Graharani is an illusionist and magician who has performed and appeared in numerous magic shows in Indonesia for a few years, according to Coconuts Jakarta.
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