A stuntman needed to be hospitalized after an accident at a rehearsal for ‘America’s Got Talent: Extreme,’ a spokesperson confirmed to NewsNation.
“To death I say nananana boo boo,” daredevil Jonathan Goodwin wrote Wednesday in a lengthy Instagram post about his shocking ordeal.
A man has been hospitalized after suffering injuries from a daredevil stunt accident on the set of the new spinoff series America's Got Talent: Extreme.
Escape artist Jonathan Goodwin was injured Thursday night while practicing for a segment of “America’s Got Talent: Extreme,” the television show said Friday. “During a rehearsal last evening for ‘America’s Got Talent: Extreme,’ an accident occurred in which escape artist Jonathan Goodwin was injured while performing his act,” a spokesperson for the show said in a statement. “He was responsive
Jonathan Goodwin, 41, was partway through recording a stunt for the “AGT” spinoff on Thursday when he was reportedly crushed between two cars.
Escape artist Jonathan Goodwin was injured during rehearsal Thursday night, halting production on the NBC reality show.
Jonathan Goodwin was suspended 70 feet in the air hanging by his feet while in a straightjacket when the stunt went horribly wrong
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The daredevil who was crushed by two cars in a caught-on-camera stunt for “America’s Got Talent: Extreme” shared a lighthearted-yet-bloody selfie from the hospital.
Jonathan Goodwin says he was on "the brink" after an accident in rehearsals for US spin-off show.
NBC has temporarily stopped production on their new spinoff series, America's Got Talent: Extreme, due a stunt that went horribly and dangerously wrong last week.
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