America already knows he’s “Got Talent.” A new mini-documentary is now showing how one Queens magician has helped a pair of local tricksters and countless others through his shop.
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Queens magician Roger “Rogue” Quan took his chances with one out of four loaded staple guns on “America’s Got Talent” Tuesday night and four out of four judges loved it.
Will Briarwood resident Roger “Rogue” Quan be able to work his magic on the “America’s Got Talent” judges this Tuesday night?
Rockaway strongman Mike “Mighty Atom Jr.” Greenstein pulled off enough yeses from the “America’s Got Talent” judges to earn another appearance on the reality competition show.
At 93 years old, 5 feet 4 inches tall and 140 pounds, Rockaway resident Mike “Mighty Atom Jr.” Greenstein can pull a car with his teeth.
“America’s Got Talent” came to Queens College on August 14 to film the act of Slackwire Sam on the college quad. President James Muyskens (standing) joined judges (left to right) Howard Stern, Heidi Klum, Melanie Brown and Howie Mandel. RECOMMENDED STORIES Queens woman makes it to American Idol semifinalsr’ Reality show ‘Kitchen Nightmares’ coming [...]
Ready for your shot at $1 million? NBC’s top-rated summer series “America’s Got Talent,” is heading to New York City to continue the nationwide search for season eight contestants with auditions on February 1 and 2 at St. John’s Center Studios (570 Washington Street, Manhattan). Three lucky residents from Queens can enter for a chance [...]