Tonight's Episode of America's Got Talent

Watching this show always reminds me of how talentless I am and tonight’s episode basically rubbed it in my face! There were some great acts and not so great ones. I am going to start out with my top three acts then talk about my bottom three acts. I always get shivers when I see Eric Dittelman walk out on the stage. How the hell does he know what people are thinking of? It makes me wonder if he already knows the winner to the competition or not… Another favorite of mine is William Close. Wow. He knows how to put on a show. I would actually pay to see him live, so I can take in the beauty of the earth harp. My last favorite is Joe Castillo. He creates stories out of sand! Too cool. Now to the worst acts. Horse. Horrible stage name. Can you imagine a show centered around a guy getting kicked in the balls in Las Vegas? No. Ulysses. How could the judges allow this guy to make it this far? I am sorry, but someone with more talent could have used his spot. Say Andrew De Leon? I do feel horrible for the guy because he looked like he was going to bawl after listening to his critique from the judges. David “The Bullet” Smith. After seeing this act one time, it becomes boring. A guy shoots out of a cannon. What more else is there?

Ellen DeGeneres's Super Sweet Psychic Blows Our Mind! See The Shocking Vid HERE!

Ellen DeGeneres’s Super Sweet Psychic Blows Our Mind! See The Shocking Vid HERE!

Slap our scrotum and call us Sally — there’s a magnificent magician in the house!

Eric Dittelman visited The Ellen Degeneres Show yesterday, boldly claiming he could read the HIGHlarious host’s mind!!

He did not disappoint!

The super-duper psychic…

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ANNOUNCEMENT: Bill Gladwell and Eric Dittelman LIVE!

For those of you who watch America’s Got Talent (and for those of you who don’t), I have a very special announcement.​

Eric Dittelman, semifinalist on last season’s America’s Got Talent​, will be joining me on stage at the Iris Theater in Gatlinburg, Tennessee.

When not on television, Eric entertains audiences at colleges, comedy clubs, and private events with his unique blend of mind reading and stand-up and improvisational comedy.

Eric and I initially met online with a few quick Tweets sent back-and-forth.  A few months later, we ran into each other in Las Vegas, and I had the opportunity to see him perform a short set of his material.  Eric is a great mentalist, a very nice guy, and someone you need to see live.

Eric and I will be performing a 90-minute show on Friday, June 14 and Saturday, June 15.  We will add additional shows as the theater becomes sold out.​

During this 90-minute performance, Eric and I will be sharing the stage performing the best of our material as well as some new material designed specifically for these two dates.​

As of the writing of this post, the details have not been officially released; but tickets will be made available to the public within the next seven days.​  To be the first to know when tickets go on sale and for updates to this event, check back here and “Like” my Facebook Fan Page.

​We’re both looking forward to seeing you at the show!