“Britain’s Got Talent” magician terrifies judges


By Jamie Samhan.

Former sailor turned magician James Stott sowed fear on the “Britain’s Got Talent” stage during the semi-finals.Leaving everything to the judges, he tried to persuade Amanda Holden, David Walliams, Alesha Dixon and Ashley Banjo, who replaces Simon Cowell after breaking his back.

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Stott dedicated the act to his grandfather, who was also a former sailor, leaving a photo of him and his identification plates on stage.

On the stage were five boxes, including a Stott. Each judge had to choose a color that corresponded to a number. This number was tied to a button that would release a ton of weight crashing into the box.

It remained for Banjo to choose the last box. As the weight dropped, the judges were on the edge of their seats.

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Luckily, Stott then cut himself off from the remaining box. He then pressed the final detonator to confirm that it was not a setup.

And for his grandfather’s ID plates, the numbers on them played a very important role in keeping him safe. Catch the full act at the top.


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