‘Game Of Talents’ Performer Holds A LIVE Scorpion In His Mouth
Game of Talents returned Wednesday night on FOX. The show, hosted by Wayne Brady, features several performers whose talents are a mystery to the contestants.
Tonight’s teams were father and daughter Claude and Madison, as well as mother and daughter Tehya and Yemela. They were tasked with guessing the talents of various guests.
They were given several talents to choose from, but only six out of seven were actual talents featured during the show. Tonight’s episode featured a performer who held a live scorpion in his mouth.
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This performer said he was a “movie junkie.” The clue package for his talent featured a bedtime story about a little girl. Tehya and Yemela guessed that Miles is a stepper.
Miles then showed off his talent as a stepper, meaning they were right, and they earned $10,000. Miles shared that he’s part of the top step squad in the country. He invited Wayne to try out some moves.
This performer said he’s often mistaken for Santa Claus. The clue package featured a broadcast of a golf tournament. Claude and Madison guessed that Johnny is a harmonica player.
Johnny then showed off his talent playing the harmonica, meaning they were correct, and they earned $10,000. Johnny said he’s played harmonica for 45 years. Wayne sang along as Johnny played.
This performer said she likes to read and bake. The clue package featured comments from Maral’s trainer. Tehya and Yemela guessed that she is a hand balancer.
Maral then showed off her talent balancing on her hands, meaning they were correct, and they earned $15,000. Maral said she’s been doing hand balancing for nine years.
This performer said he has a wife and two kids. The clue package featured a woman obsessed with the 1980s. Claude and Madison guessed that Steve is a scorpion wrangler.
Steve then showed off his talent by revealing a scorpion in his mouth. Claude and Madison were correct, earning $15,000. Steve said he does entertainment shows with animals like snakes and alligators.
This performer said he likes to go hiking and fly drones. The clue package featured a message from a talent agency. Teyha and Yemela were the first ones to lock in an answer of danger juggler.
David then showed off his performance as a sound sculptor. Tehya and Yemela were wrong, meaning they were eliminated and Claude and Madison got their $60,000. That took their total to $85,000.
This performer said he likes making origami. Claude and Madison had the chance to double their money. The only two choices left were danger juggler and ventriloquist. The clue package featured various bumper stickers on a car.
Claude and Madison decided to walk away with their $85,000 instead of guessing. However, they would have chosen danger juggler. That turned out to be right, as Owen juggled flaming torches with his partner.