I'm running out of clever ways to open these articles, folks. You know the drill: Friday. Videos. Smug quips. Enjoy.
The magical acts in this year's Britain's Got Talent were swamped by no-fun jerks in the British press who chimed in after every episode to inform us that, actually, Marc Spelmann does not posses a supernatural power over time and space. Of course, anyone with an ounce of insight to the art can tell you that knowing how a trick is done makes you a magician in the same way that knowing the lyrics to Stairway to Heaven makes you a rock star.
Ozzie magic man, Ben Murphy, posted a cute, "interactive," mind reading trick on YouTube. And no, the interactive element isn't, "press the like button." But you should.
The final episode of the first season of Mutant Powers is now live for your viewing pleasure. Despite my distaste for "prank" videos, I've really enjoyed this comedy/magic format, and I can't wait to see what Kyle Marlett does next. Hopefully another season of this.
Magician and America's Got Talent winner, Mat Franco, and the delicious taste of Dunkin' Donuts, bring you a cheeky magic tutorial. Personally I found it hard to concentrate on the mechanics and useful presentation tips because I kept being distracted by the icy cool iced coffee on the desk next to him. Or at least I was until he shoved that straw up his nose. Now I'll forever associate Dunkin' Donuts with snot and chunks of Mat Franco's brain matter.
Trapeze artists Mary and Tyce, better known as Duo Transcend, made an absolutely killer appearance on America's Got Talent. To be honest, I think I'd pay good money to watch Tyce paint a fence, so the fact he and Mary are also excellent performers is icing on the cake.
And on that shameless bit of objectification, I bid you a good weekend, gentle readers. See you next week!