Watch How the 13-Year-Old Wizard from America’s Got Talent Won the Golden Buzzer for Turning Terry Crews into a Titan

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Spoilers ahead for the fourth night of America’s Got Talent: All-Stars audition on January 23.

America’s Got Talent: All-Stars gathered the best of the best from around the world (and the entire AGT franchise) to return to the stage and try to get the grand prize. The competition is much tougher than in a normal season, as champions face off against champions, and fan favorites fight fan favorites. Now, after the fourth night of auditions, another contestant has won the golden buzzer, impressing judge Heidi Klum. 13-year-old Irish magician Aidan McCann took to the AGT stage from Britain’s Got Talent to turn Terry Crews into a Titan, and it was a hit!

No, Aidan McCann’s magical abilities didn’t involve time travel and/or teleportation to bring Terry Crews back to his NFL days and secure him a spot in the Tennessee Titans, but instead turned him into a superhero bearing that name! It was a turn that none of the judges had foreseen. The young wizard had already made an impression on them; an extra turn with Terry Crews was enough to get Heidi Klum on the horn. Let’s take a look:

Aidan McCann became a finalist in the Britain’s Got Talent contest at the age of 11; now he has a chance to win the AGT All-Stars season at the age of just 13, and I have to give him credit for poking fun at the judges when he was completely blindfolded. He probably didn’t need any magic tricks to do it, but I know I was impressed! In addition, he not only proved that he predicted how the judges would color his superhero drawing, but also prepared a superhero Jr. costume for himself and a big superhero costume for Terry Crews.

Well, Terry Crews said earlier that he wants to play a superhero! Titan may not be a Silver Surfer, but the crowd was thrilled that he tore off his suit to show that he matched Aidan McCann. Was there any surprise that Heidi Klum felt it was time for her to press the golden buzzer? To be honest, I would like Terry Crews to get a second golden buzzer for waving his cape and running off the stage! At the very least, he deserves a congratulatory hug like the one McCann received from Klum.

Aidan McCann is the fourth All-Stars member to receive a golden buzzer, after former members of the 14th season of Light Balance Kids after they received an award from Howie Mandel, the Detroit Youth Choir of the 14th season after receiving their second golden buzzer from Terry Crews after the first. in 2019, and Simon Cowell gave comedian Mike E. Winfield a second chance after his departure back in season 17 (the Mayyas dance group eventually won season 17 after a very close vote).

At the moment, the golden buzzer of All-Stars is up against those voted for by superfanates who have already made cuts, ranging from former AGT winner Dustin Tavella to the dance-percussion group Malevo.

Keep tuning in to NBC Mondays at 8 p.m. ET for new episodes of America’s Got Talent: All-Stars. The fifth round of auditions is on the way, and the show continues to rapidly gain All-Stars, so do not miss a single episode if you are interested in seeing who will be chosen the best of the best. If you’ve missed any episodes so far, you can find them streaming with a Peacock Premium subscription and find out what to watch before the end of the week in our TV premiere schedule for 2023.

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