Jon Dorenbos Wows Judges With Another Magic Trick, Earns Rare Golden Buzzer on ‘America's Got Talent'

Philadelphia Eagles longsnapper and magician-on-the-side Jon Dorenbos returned to "America's Got Talent" last night in an attempt to wow the judges with yet another card trick on Tuesday night (You can watch his previous appearance in which he had Heidi Klum totally impressed right here).

His latest trick was more of a pad-of-paper trick than a card trick if we're getting technical but he did once again wow some of the judges.

Dorenbos may not have had all of the judges on his side last night but he impressed judge Ne-Yo so much that he pulled out the rare Golden Buzzer and the building went crazy.

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For those of you unfamiliar with the rules of the buzzer, from a wiki on the show: "The golden buzzer is a concept that was introduced in Season 9 of America's Got Talent. Each judge may only press it once during the season. In Season 9, the Golden Buzzer sent the act to the next round regardless of the other judges' votes; its main purpose was to break ties. In Season 10, the Golden Buzzer was upgraded to send an act straight to the live shows."

So Jon Dorenbos' magical run on America's Got Talent continues. We can't wait to see what he has up his sleeve next.

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