‘Go-Big Show’ Contestant Flashes the Judges in Crazy Clown Act
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Go-Big Show returned on Thursday night for another episode of Season 2. One contestant did something we’ve definitely never seen before, shocking the judges and probably a lot of viewers. It involved a heavy weight, a kilt, and clown makeup.
‘Go Big Show’ Contestant Bazoo the Kloun Flashes Judges
Bazoo the Kloun shared that he aims to get people to “rethink their limits” with his edgy act. He said he holds the world record for non-surgical staples stapled into the body, in case you were wondering what his act entails. During his Go-Big Show audition, he took things to a shocking new level.
Bazoo started by putting his body through a ring of barbed wire. But he didn’t stop there. He had judge Cody Rhodes lift a weight to test how heavy it was. (Rhodes said between 40 and 50 pounds.) Bazoo then attached the weight to his body. Anyone wondering why he was wearing a kilt quickly got their answer.
Yes, Bazoo lifted the weight by his testicles. And just to prove that it was real, he lifted up his kilt to show off. The show censored it, but the judges got a front-row view. As judge Rosario Dawson commented, “It’s not a harness.”
Rhodes called it “the most outlandish thing that has been on the show,” adding that he liked Bazoo himself, but he didn’t like the act. T-Pain added that he was “perplexed.”
Did Bazoo Move on to the Semifinals?
Bazoo was paired up with the Daredaughter in the night’s first matchup. The Daredaughter is Annaliese Nock, whom you might recognize from America’s Got Talent and Britain’s Got Talent. She competed with her daredevil father Bello Nock.
The Daredaughter received a score of 94 for her Wheel of Death performance. In contrast, Bazoo only earned a score of 57. Rhodes really brought his score down, saying he thought the act was just about “showing us your balls” and the shock factor, rather than skill.
That means the Daredaughter will be going to the Semifinals, and Bazoo was eliminated. But we’ll definitely never forget his audition.