An all-new season of “America’s Got Talent” premieres on Tuesday night and this year’s crop of contestants look to have come prepared.
One contestant in particular, Will Tsai, has an extra-special talent that has already blown everyone away before the show has even premiered.
Tsai, who was born in Taiwan and immigrated to Canada when he was 15, is a magician and his audition for the show has already made its way online.
“I like flowers because they remind me of how beautiful life is, but also very fragile. And that’s why every second counts. In the grand scheme of things, life happens in the blink of an eye. So for the next few moments, don’t blink,” Tsai says to the judges — Simon Cowell, Melanie Brown, Howie Mandel and Heidi Klum — before he performs his trick.
The trick consists of Tsai making coins appear, then cards disappear. Then everything disappears. Then reappears. He makes them move across the board with the snap of his fingers and the judges are truly amazed.
The magic trick has a very floral ending that causes the audience to give him a standing ovation.