By Shawn Rice
Henry Richardson is 15 years old and hails from New York. He appeared on America’s Got Talent to impress the judges with a card trick and he said that watching America’s Got Talent is what actually inspired him to get into magic. His goal is to show his gift to “as many people as possible” and to make them happy with his magic.
For his audition, Richardson performed a card trick that involves judges Mel B and Simon Cowell who are both very impressed with Henry’s performance. Although he had Mel B holding on tight to a playing card, he was able to swap it out with another from the deck. And he was able to ascertain an image that Simon Cowell had in his head. All of this was enough to leave the panel speechless, although they did manage to put him through to the next round.
After getting a high five from Simon Cowell, Henry gave himself a proverbial pat on the back and says, “Nailed it.”
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