London-based Paul Zerdin was announced as the winner of NBC’s “America’s Got Talent” Season 10, at the Radio City Music Hall. The ventriloquist was astounded to win $1 million in the US contest.
According to THE TIMES, the 43-year-old London-based Zerdin, who performs with puppets, was surprised when he was declared as the most talented of Americans.
ONLINE NEWS reported that the British ventriloquist star said, “I Can’t Believe It,” as he was awarded the price of $1million for being the winner of “America’s Got Talent” show.
There were speculations that he would not even make it to the top three. However, to everyone’s surprise, the ventriloquist won the $1million US contest, reported News Entertainment.
Paul Zerdin used to present GMTV show. He said that he previously performed for the Royal Family at the Royal Variety show. He revealed that being the winner of “America’s Got Talent” show was the “most amazing feeling” for him.
Later, Zerdin posted a Vine on the twitter feed of the NBC show and thanked the viewers. He said, “I can’t believe it,” reported the source.
The source added that the best moment of the day’s “America’s Got Talent” show was the pre-recorded bit that reunited many “buzzed acts for a therapy session” with Jerry Springer, the former host of AGT show.
Zerdin started performing as a magician on the BBC’s Tricky Business initially, after which he became the host of “Rise And Shine,” a popular children’s series aired on Saturday morning on GMTV. In 1996, he has was the winner of “The Big Big Talent Show” that was aired on ITV. He thought of participating in “America’s Got Talent” and had the idea of returning back to the UK if it did not work out, according to the report from the source.
America got British talent! We are glad to congratulate Paul Zerdin for winning in the NBC’s “America’s Got Talent.”
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