10+ Weird 'America's Got Talent' Moments Fans Will Never Forget

America's Got Talent helped open our eyes to a whole new world. A world where people can become famous simply by snapping their fingers and dreams can come true without ever saying a word.

Over the years, the show's had its fair share of oddities.

Have a look and check out these 10+ strangest America's Got Talent moments fans will never forget!

Puddles the Singing Clown.

There's a reason why you don't hear many Sia covers: it's because most people know better. But not Puddles, this clown knows no bounds!

His rendition of "Chandelier" had the audience up on their feet, screaming for more.

Piff the Magic Dragon.

Normally, if someone were to walk out on to the stage dressed as a stuffed dragon, and then proceed to do card tricks, they wouldn't fare particularly well.

Piff the Magic Dragon shattered perceptions with his unique brand of humor and magic.

Sacred Riana.


I still can't watch this girl's performance. She reminds me way too much of Samarra from The Ring.

Needless to say, her creepy brand of magic was like nothing the audience nor judges had ever seen before.

Ira the singing puppet.


Of all the acts on this list, Ira is the one that troubles me the most. I simply don't get it?

He's not a ventriloquist and he's definitely not a singer, yet somehow this ridiculous puppet managed to make it all the way to the semi-finals?

Juan Carlos the Roller Dancer.

America's Got Talent loves a good absurdist. There's a long history of them and they, for whatever, reason tend to do quite well.

However, this only happens for one of two reasons: pure irony or perfect execution. Jimmy's red rocket dance moves, had neither.

Trizzie Dee and his watermelons.


This next act gives me a serious headache! I could hardly keep my eyes on the screen, I kept waiting for Trizzie to knock himself unconscious from all the effort.

How do you discover this talent in yourself, is my question?

Bobby Badfinger.


So clearly America wasn't all that talented in season 1 if Bobby Badfingers managed to make it all the way to the finals. This seriously makes my fingers hurt just watching him.

It's not that it isn't impressive. It's just underwhelming I guess...

The Sexy Baby.

The Sexy Baby set an America's Got Talent nearly set a record for being buzzed off the stage in the shortest amount of time. Not a single person in the crowd, nor among the judges, cheered whatsoever.

It was one of the quickest decisions made in the show's history.

Men With Pans.

I compare Men With Pans to a car crash: you really don't want to look, yet for whatever reason, you just can't seem to pull yourself away.

This act gave audiences an eyeful of everything they didn't want to see.

Dustin's Dojo.


The judge's seemed to be split on this one, as am I. I really can't tell if this act is completely ludicrous to the point of being stupid or if it's brilliant.

I laughed my head off when he threw salt in his eyes if that counts for anything?

Frank Miles and his Juggling Stun-Guns.

Part of me thinks that this may have been a rouse.

There's absolutely no way that they'd risk someone actually electrocuting themselves on live-tv, so to be honest I'm not really impressed whatsoever.

The singing Donald Trump.


I'm not going to lie, I like singing Donald's rendition of "Uptown Funk." Don't believe me? Well, just watch!

Donald brings a certain energy to the number that you just can't ignore. He and Bruno Mars should definitely do a duet.

Tape Face.

I didn't get it at first. In fact, I didn't get it for a long time. But now, I've never been more sure of anything in my entire professional life:

Tape Face is a comedic genius, plain and simple.

Jimmy Slonina aerial yoga.


It wasn't the fact that Jimmy was performing aerial Yoga that turned heads in the audience. It was the fact that he was performing his act alongside a blowup doll.

I love the song, but I hate the routine.

Prince Poppycock.


Of all the musical acts to appear on America's Got Talent, there's never been one quite as perplexing as Prince Poppycock.

On paper, you'd think a man who performs opera while dressed as an 18th century French Whig wouldn't fare well, yet he managed to shock and surprise us all.