America’s Got Talent’s semi-finalist vomits up a rubber duck in bizarre stunt

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America’s Got Talent got a little weird last night as one act vomited up a rubber duck in a bid to sail through to the final.

Sword swallower Brett Loudermilk took to the stage with judge Howie Mandel standing in as his assistant for the bizarre stunt, which also involved an endoscopic camera.

The performance began with Brett revealing to the audience that he swallowed the childhood item 20 years ago and brought out the special piece of equipment to prove it.

He then asked Howie to hold the camera as he opened his mouth and began feeding it down his windpipe.

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After a few seconds, the device sure enough located the yellow toy lodged in Brett’s throat.

Shocked by the scenes at hand, Howie cringed: ‘Are you serious? Is that in there? Oh my God.’

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Howie Mandel held an endoscopic camera down Brett Loundermilk’s throat (Picture: ABC)
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Brett vomited up a rubber duck (Picture: ABC)

After the microscope had been removed, Brett then hunched over and began to gag and soon enough, he hurled up the mini rubber duck and pulled it out of his mouth.

‘My child,’ Brett enthused as he held it up to the audience. ‘That has been in me for 20 years. Howie, keep this!’

Disgusted by the trick and the souvenir, Howie declined and backed away from Bret as he tried to give it to him.

Viewers at home were equally stunned by Brett’s performance, with one writing on Twitter: ‘Can’t decide if that was gross or one of the ballsiest magic tricks I’ve ever seen.’

Echoing a similar sentiment, another posted: ‘I do get grossed out easy but for some reason I loved it. I like Brett he has a good stage presence abt him.’

Audiences will have to stay tuned to find out whether or not Brett has made it to the final.

America’s Got Talent airs on ABC in the US.

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