‘Go-Big Show’ Contestant Puts Snakes In His MOUTH In The Semifinals
The Go-Big Show on TBS returned on Thursday night for its second semifinals episode. The talent show features extreme talents not frequently seen on other competition shows.
This week’s episode featured six performances from acts who made it through the first round. Only one of the night’s performers was chosen to move on to the finals. Check out the night’s performances below.
Watch This Week’s ‘Go-Big Show’ Semifinals Performances
Jackie escaped from a sleeping bag full of snakes in his first performance. This time, he returned to the show and put eight rattlesnakes in his mouth. Then he held even more in his hands and let a tarantula sit on his head.
Jennifer Nettles said she had never seen anything like that before. The judges gave Jackie a score of 90.
This performer did lasso tricks while standing up on a horse in his first performance. Tonight, he teamed up with his wife to pay tribute to the Day of the Dead.
Snoop Dogg said the performance gave him chills. Rosario Dawson said it was “gorgeous.” The judges gave Tomas a score of 93.
This one-armed archer impressed the judges in his first performance. This time, he returned to the show to shoot at several small, moving targets. He missed one, but hit the others.
Cody said Gabe “finished strong.” The judges gave him a score of 90.
Out of the first three performers, Tomas received the highest score. This put him in the top two for the night.
This BMX rider showed off some extreme tricks in his first performance. This time, he said he was using the biggest ramp he could find. He even performed one of the jumps in a whiskey barrel!
Snoop Dogg compared Kurtis to a video game character. Rosario praised him for not playing it safe. The judges gave him a score of 97.
Leonid The Magnificent
This contestant performed crazy sword tricks in his first appearance. This time, he returned to show off a cowboy-inspired performance in which he cut an apple in his assistant’s mouth with a chainsaw.
Rosario said she loved the element of surprise in the performance. Cody, however, said it didn’t seem as dangerous as his first performance. The judges gave Leonid a score of 85.
Callie missed her target when she threw footballs in the first round. This time, she returned to hit a moving target, and nailed it on the first try. Then she involved host Bert Kreischer in a trick, but failed to stop him from getting wet.
Cody said it was a step up from the first performance, but Rosario pointed out that she didn’t do what she said she would do. The judges gave Callie a score of 64.
Out of the second half of performers, Kurtis Downs received the highest score. The final decision came down to him and Tomas Garcilazo. Ultimately, the Go-Big Show judges chose to send Tomas to the finals.