PITTSBURGH - You’ll see two Pittsburghers on “America’s Got Talent” this week.
"Mystifier" Mike Super and 9-year-old pianist Adrian Romoff are expected to be on this week's shows.
Super is from Peters Township. Romoff is from Pittsburgh but currently lives in Atlanta.
Just because the two are set to appear on the shows Tuesday and Wednesday doesn’t necessarily mean they’ve moved forward in the competition. You’ll have to watch to find out!
Channel 11 spoke with Super on Tuesday before the results were announced. He said he’s more than a magician and calls himself a "mystifier." What does that mean?
“I do something with a supernatural element. I work with a spirit energy. His name is Desmond,” he said. “I started using magic (when I was young) to cover up things Desmond would do, and I started using magic to enhance the things Desmond did."
The mystifier said his magic shocked "AGT’ judge Heidi Klum.
“It was fantastic to get Heidi Klum up on stage. What they show on television is the abridged version. What they didn’t show was how freaked out Heidi was,” said Super.
The talent contest features an array of singers, dancers, comedians, contortionists, impressionists, jugglers, magicians and ventriloquists, all vying for their chance to win America's hearts and the $1 million prize.
Klum, Howard Stern, Mel B and Howie Mandel are this season’s judges.
Young, classical singing sensation Jackie Evancho from Richland Township got her start on the show. Evancho, 14, has released four albums, including platinum and gold albums.
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