Thursday, December 2, 2021

Seriously Injured AGT: Extreme Contestant Taunts Death in Hospital Bed

Escape artist Jonathan Goodwin, who escaped death last week when rehearsal for NBC’s new show America’s Got Talent: Extreme went horribly wrong, is sending a defiant message from his hospital bed.

“Until I die, I say nananana boo boo,” the 41-year-old stuntman from Wales captioned his Instagram photo:

A week ago, Goodwin was crushed between two cars in the air and then crashed to the ground tens of feet in a straitjacket at the Atlanta Motor Speedway in Hampton, Georgia. Production on the show was suspended.

He praised his fiancée, actor Amanda Abbington, as “the best thing that ever happened to me,” and said that he “was on the edge and escaped the worst a man could do, without fear … because I was protected by love. “

Jonathan Goodwin made it to the semi-finals of America’s Got Talent.

“Love is all you need, so make sure you get it because it’s good shit,” he added.

“The road to recovery is long, and it won’t be like what happened …” admitted Goodwin, semi-finalist of last year’s next show “America’s Got Talent.”

“I can leave this shit alone for a while, but I still have a lot to do in this world,” he concluded. “Maybe together we can do something good?”

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