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Top 10 shocking magicians on America’s Got Talent and Britain’s Got Talent
List of performances:
1. Darcy Oake – 00:00
2. James More – 02:12
3. Christian Lee – 03:27
4. Piff The Magic Dragon – 06:48
5. Jon Dorenbos – 10:38
6. Richard Jones – 13:32
7. Mat Franco – 17:55
8. The Clairvoyants – 20:13
9. Smoothini – 23:48
10. Jamie Raven – 26:07

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Top 10 Best Tony Award Performances of All Time
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The 71st annual Tony Awards is finally here! On June 11th, we get ready to watch spectacular performances on stage with the biggest stars in Broadway! We’ve counted down the Top 10 Best Tony Award Performances of all Time, including Yorktown (The World Turned Upside Down)” from “Hamilton, Defying Gravity” from “Wicked”, My New Philosophy” from “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown and “Rose’s Turn” from “Gypsy”.

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39 thoughts on “The Best Top 10 SHOCKING MAGICIANS Of All Time | AGT & BGT

  1. rubish game it's not a real magic
    they real magic who ded famley friends talk to live i show you anyboday challenge

  2. That Mat Franco guy didn't even really do real magic, he pretty much just ordered the cards, it's fairly obvious

  3. To quote Mrs. Wilkinson from "Billy Elliot", I don't know why I bother, but I can't understand why you continue to label your lists "Best of All Time" when you rarely go back more than 20 years. Either you have VERY limited experience, or EXECRABLE taste! (I suspect it is a bit of both!) HONESTLY! —- No Phantom, No Dolly, No Mame, Nothing from ANY of the spellbinding moments supplied in the works of Rogers and Hammerstein, Kandler and Ebb or Lerner And Lowe? ……… PLEASE!

  4. I understand "msmojo" is obviously supposed to appeal to women, but spoiler alert–men can love theatre too. This list might as well have been called "top 10 performances for women…oh, and Hamilton's popular so we'll stick it at number 10." I had a feeling the list was going that way when Wicked made it. Don't get m wrong, I love Wicked, but that performance was awful. Not really Idina's fault–she was sick–but it affected the number in a bad, BAD way. C'mon msmojo. You can do better than that.

  5. i was waiting for "Anything Goes" to show up. that performance is so complicated and hard to do, and Sutton is just perfection

  6. No Phantom of the Opera????? SERIOUSLY!!!!!! Everyone knows of Michael Crawford and Sarah Brightman as the Phantom and Christine singing the titular song!!!!

  7. I don't think that it's really possible to make a list for everyone… I mean, Next to Normal didn't even make this list! They brought down the house!

  8. Don't know why Defying Gravity is on here. It wasn't the greatest. And I would replace Bernadette's performance of Gypsy with Patty Lupone's performance. Ragtime, Raul Esparza singing "Being Alive", Cynthia Erivo singing "I'm Here"… a good number of these choices could've been replaced. Oh, and how did A Chorus Line only get a honorable mention?!?!

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