WATCH Contestant Brutally Insult ‘America’s Got Talent’ Judges But Then The Unexpected Happens
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Larry The Mime was rather quiet during his interviews before his America’s Got Talent audition. He was more than dedicated to his act and really left us all wondering how he would fare in front of the judges. Larry sure had one ultimate surprise for everyone that nobody expected. Watch his unforgettable audition below.
Larry The Mime’s ‘America’s Got Talent’ Audition Ended In Shock
Larry accidentally tripped on the stage but it was all in good fun. “I have to say my favorite thing is to interview a mime” judge Howard Stern jokingly said. They let him get right into the act that the audience could not wait to see. Let’s just say his act was anything but amazing. The judges looked at each other in awe as the mime frolicked on the stage and tripped once more. All four judges quickly buzzed the act as Larry mimed that he was crying. One of the stagehands handed him a microphone which sent everyone into a pool of laughter since talking was not a part of his act. “That was the best part of the whole act,” Heidi Klum said. Howard joked that maybe he’ll want to give up miming and start talking through the microphone after getting four buzzers.
Howie Mandel said the mime act “isn’t going to dazzle the audience to give you $1 million.” Larry was upset and asked “Where do you guys get off telling me how to mime?” in a very familiar voice. “You know how hard it is to not talk? No, you don’t because all you do is run your mouth Howard” he said. He proceeded to call Howard a “moron” and scream “boo you!” to the crowd. Larry ran off the stage and approached the judge’s table as Howie called for security. However, his wig fell off and his true identity was revealed to be none other than host Nick Cannon! Viewers then got to see a montage of Nick sitting through hair and makeup to pull off this disguise. Needless to say, everybody was shook.
Nick Left ‘AGT’ And Was Recently Fired From Viacom
In 2017, Nick announced on Facebook that he was leaving America’s Got Talent. This came after NBC held some jokes over his head that they deemed inappropriate during one of his standup specials. “I will not stand for it. My moral principles will easily walk away from the millions of dollars they hang over my head” he wrote. He then went on to host the Fox show The Masked Singer. Recently, Nick has had quite a chaotic few months. He was fired from Viacom for making anti-semitic comments on his podcast. Nick put out several apologies that ultimately saved his job on The Masked Singer. Now, Nick his hitting back at Viacom and plans to sue them for the value of his former show Wild’n Out.
Nick is reportedly looking to sue Viacom for $1.5 billion, the estimated value of Wild’n Out. He got the show going from the ground up back in 2005. He maintains that he paid for it with his own money to start the show on the MTV network.