By Shawn Rice
Will Tsai stunned the crowd at America’s Got Talent with his style of close-up magic moves.
“I like flowers because they remind of how beautiful life is, but also very fragile. And that’s why every second counts. In the grand scheme of things, life happens in the blink of an eye. So for the next moments, don’t blink,” Will warned the sho’ws crowd before making coins travel through thin air and disappear under white cards.
The magician then performed what appeared to be sleight-of-hand magic with coins, cards and a rose. The camera was zoomed in on his hands the whole time, and the audience audibly gasped at various points during the performance.
It culminated in a standing ovation from all the judges. Howie Mandel told the aspiring star afterward, “I just want to say that I have seen so much close-up magic. I swear to you, this was ultimately by far the best close-up magic I’ve ever seen in my life.”
Tsai received a standing ovation from the judges and the crowd.
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