5 Times Terry Crews Got Shirtless on ‘America’s Got Talent’
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America’s Got Talent host Terry Crews has got one of the most recognized physiques in Hollywood today. In the years that he hosted the show, Crews showed off his famous dancing pecs several times. Here are five times he went shirtless on AGT.
1. Brandon Coprich
Brandon Coprich is a flautist who added stripping down and doing suggestive dance moves as part of his audition. Simon, who already visibly disliked his flute playing act, got even more turned off with the stripping. After all the judges buzzed Coprich, Crews came out shirtless with a flute in hand. He then proceeded to play Ginuwine’s “Pony,” along with Coprich.
2. Marvin Aichi
Although considered a novelty act, Marvin Aichi’s chemical experiment turned to stripping his coat and doing what he calls “abs clapping,” as his talent. Crews wasted no time in taking his top off to flex with the contestant. The audition got a “no,” from Howie Mandel, but the rest of the judges voted “yes.”
3. Dr. Josefina Monasterio
Dr. Josefina Monasterio is a 73-year-old bodybuilder whose audition consisted of flexing her muscles and screaming “pow.” The host showed up in the middle of the audition in all his topless glory, to join Dr. Monasterio in flexing their chiseled physique. All of the judges voted “no,” eliminating her from the competition.
Lewberger is a comedy trio whose audition was singing a song to get Crews to take off his shirt. The AGT host eagerly joined them shirtless and once again played the flute. The group received three “yes,” votes, which sent them to the next round.
5. David Rush
The record-breaking performance was done by David Rush and Crews at the same time mostly for entertainment purposes. Rush attempts to successfully break a world record of tearing the most T-shirts in a minute while wearing them. With Crews following suit, Rush manages to break the record, while the host finishes after the time goes out. The audition only got two “yes,” votes, eliminating Rush from the competition.