Judge Mel B acted as an assistant, loading one industrial staple gun and shuffling it with three empty ones in a bag. Then, using her “woman’s intuition” she had to pick the three empty ones out of the bag and fire each of them at his temple.
“Do not trust me,” Mel B said as she was about to choose the third gun.
But Quan did trust her, and it was empty. Then, with the fourth gun, he stapled a photo of himself into a piece of wood.
The “dangerous magic” trick as Quan described it rendered Mel B and fellow judges Heidi Klum, Howie Mandel and Howard Stern nervous during the performance and impressed at the finish.
But most importantly it left them wanting more.
“I haven’t seen anything like it. I thought you were fantastic. I want to see more of you,” Klum said.
“You entertained us. It was a great presentation. After seeing that I can’t wait to see you again and that’s how this works,” Stern said.
“It was the most fulfilling moment of my performing career,” Quan told The Queens Courier.
Quan is now slated to appear on Judgment Week later this month, where it will be decided which 48 acts will compete in the live show.