Move Over America’s Got Talent! Viral ‘America’s Got No Talent’ Videos Are Taking The Internet By Storm [VIDEO]
Have you ever wished you could watch a version of America’s Got Talent with only the fails? That’s where “America’s Got No Talent” comes in. It might just be your new favorite Instagram account.
We watch talent shows to see people accomplish their goals and reach their dreams, and to be wowed by the contestants’ abilities. But sometimes you just want to giggle about someone falling over.
What Is ‘America’s Got No Talent’?
“America’s Got No Talent” is exactly what it sounds like — a showcase of people who probably wouldn’t make it very far on the AGT stage. It’s similar to what you’d see on a show like America’s Funniest Home Videos. There are lots of clips of people falling over.
What makes this Instagram account unique is that the videos feature people who clearly think they’re about to do something awesome, only for it to go terribly wrong. There are plenty of clumsy skateboarders, overly ambitious divers, and people who should think twice before getting on a bicycle.
It seems that people are just as enthusiastic about people failing at their chosen talents as they are about people doing well. The account currently has 1.3 million Instagram followers, compared to the official AGT account’s 1.6 million. Pretty impressive.
The account also puts together compilation videos on their Facebook page, so you can watch a supercut of similar fails. Or you can scroll down to see some of the videos that had us gasping the most. Needless to say, don’t try any of it at home.
A Wig Snatching Dive
It’s hard to call this a fail when it’s practically a talent in itself. We would totally watch this week after week on America’s Got Talent.
We’re Gonna Need A New Trampoline
This contestant’s high-flying backflip was going pretty well, until the trampoline decided to betray them.
At Least They’re Wearing A Helmet?
Which is more than we can say for many of the people featured on the account. When you’re doing something like this, a helmet is really the bare minimum.
Look At That Camerawork!
If this were the Academy Awards, this clip would win for Best Cinematography. The concerned driver pulling up at the end really makes it.
Helmets are important, but you should probably also remember to put a shirt on before attempting stuff like this.