Thai magician Patrick Kun’s mesmerizing card tricks left “America’s Got Talent” judges in awe during his audition on Tuesday’s episode.
Close-up magic: Kun, a full-time magician with a significant social media presence, performed multiple sleight of hand tricks right in front of Simon Cowell, Heidi Klum, Sofia Vergara and Howie Mandel.
Being able to fool two of the world’s most renowned illusionists is a task few magicians have been able to accomplish — it’s a feat that requires both wit and dexterity.
At just 21 years old, Kevin Li has walked away from CW’s hit reality television series “Penn & Teller: Fool Us” as the youngest Asian American to successfully hoodwink the duo with an original trick. The now-22-year-old magician will, therefore, perform in Las Vegas as a closing act in Penn and Teller’s show at the Rio Hotel & Casino in September.
While most kids these days are too busy with their mobile phones, this 7-year-old girl from China has a very different hobby — performing incredible magic tricks for strangers on the street.
Magician Shin Lim became the first ever winner of “America’s Got Talent: The Champions.”
Two Asian-Americans have advanced to the finals of the spin-off show “America’s Got Talent: The Champions” – Filipino-American singer Angelica Hale and Canadian-American magician Shin Lim, according to AsAm News.
A Japanese illusionist participated in this year’s “Britain’s Got Talent” with a magic trick that’s unquestionably scandalous yet effectively amazing.
Sora, 26, auditioned with his stripping routine back in May.
“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.
Ryan Hayashi has been mesmerizing audiences all over the globe with his thrilling performances as the vegetable-slicing “Samurai Ryan” for many years.
However, in his recent appearance on “Penn and Teller: Fool Us,” the talented trickster chose to shed his samurai character and strip down his performance of “magic in its purest form.”