Drew Lynch “America’s Got Talent” Video: Stuttering Comedian “Already Won” On Finale — WATCH HERE!
Drew Lynch received a standing ovation on the first part of the “America’s Got Talent” season 10 finale on Tuesday. Check out the video below!
As Gossip Cop has reported, Lynch became a frontrunner in the season’s very first episode earlier this year when the stuttering comedian’s self-deprecating sense of humor led Howie Mandel to make him his one and only Golden Buzzer act. That sent the contestant straight to the live quarterfinals at Radio City Music Hall, where he proved to be a crowd favorite. And despite some accusations of a sympathy vote, he sailed into the semifinals and now the finale.
For his final performance, Lynch had the honor of closing the two-hour broadcast, and began by saying he’s not sexually active because he wants to save money. He went on to joke about how his stutter would make him a poor parent because he can’t show “conviction,” and continued to play off his slowness when talking about his relationship with his girlfriend. He closed with a boob joke that harkened back to a bit competitor Gary Vider did last week.
Howie Mandel and Heidi Klum both gave a standing ovation afterward, with the supermodel telling Lynch, “No matter what happens tomorrow, you have already won, because you made us laugh, you taught us, and you inspired us. I wish you good luck.”
Reiterating comments she made last week, Mel B happily complained, “It wasn’t long enough. I can listen to you and laugh with you all day long. I just love you.” Howard Stern told Lynch, “You’re a very good writer and you have great material. People love you. And I’m so proud that you’re part of this finals and you’re up on this stage.”
Mandel agreed, saying, “I am so proud, along with Howard.” He went on to tell his favorite act, “You are a golden gem as far as comedy. I think you trumped all the others in terms of comedy… You can lock this baby up, and I hope you do.”
Lynch will now have to wait til Wednesday’s finale results show to find out if he beat out his nine competitors to win the $1 million prize. Watch below. TELL US: Will you vote for Lynch to win “America’s Got Talent”?