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In a first-look clip of Saturday night’s instalment, we are introduced to street magician, Magical Bones.
And while Simon is not usually won over by magic or card tricks for that matter, Magical Bones definitely left the music-mogul impressed.
The teaser video begins with the 37-year-old asking Simon to pick a card from a normal deck of cards, and then getting him to sign his name on the back.
As the 60-year-old shows his fellow judges and the audience his card, the magician then takes it from him (without looking) and places it in the middle of the pack.
‘I want you to focus on that card in your mind,’ he explained to Simon.
Magical Bones wowed the judges (Picture: ITV)
He then throws the entire pack of cards in the air while doing a back flip and then catches one single card, it can’t be Simon’s can it?
During his performance, Magical Bones also incorporated escape artistry into his act while telling the story of escaped slave Henry Box Brown.
How did he do that? (Picture: ITV)
Simon Cowell was impressed by Magical Bones (Picture: ITV)
Speaking about how much the audition meant to him he explained: ‘I was really nervous about this audition.
‘Personally I think that this is one of the biggest shows in the world, so a lot is on the line. Hopefully doing a show like this, it would take my career to the next level and I could spend more time with my family.
‘Now that I’ve got a son, my career means a lot more to me. I’m not just doing this for me, I’m doing this for my family now.’
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The dad-of-one is also not shy of the spotlight as he has featured in West End magic show, Impossible as well as performing at the BAFTA Television awards.
You may have also seen him on ITV’s This Morning, and despite getting his name out there, he is hoping his audition on BGT will give him the platform to take him to the next level.
Britain’s Got Talent continues next Saturday at 8pm on ITV.
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