There’s only one Golden Buzzer left on “America’s Got Talent.”
Lea Kyle, a 25-year-old from Bourdeau, France, combined fashion and “real magic” on the NBC talent competition to deliver “the best” quick change acts “I’ve ever seen,” Howie Mandel said.
Kyle rapidly changed from one gorgeous outfit to the next in the blink of an eye, channeling a modern Bewitched Barbie. Different outfits disintegrated off of her, flew to her and more.
“I’ve never seen (a quick change artist) better than you,” a stunned Mandel said. “To see the outfit fly from thin air, from the hanger to you, it’s magic. And your presentation is beautiful.”
Simon Cowell called Kyle “world class” and Sofia Vergara said she was still “shocked.”
Ahead of her audition, Kyle said said she was “so excited to meet Heidi Klum because she’s the queen of fashion,” and the world-renowned supermodel approved.
“It was absolutely flawless and you know I love fashion,” Klum said. “I feel like we’ve never had anyone as good as you so I feel like she should go straight to the live shows.”
Klum hit the Golden Buzzer, sending gold confetti all over Kyle. Simon Cowell admitted that he “wasn’t expecting that,” but how could Klum not reward a fellow fashionista?
Kyle may have gotten a pointer from her boyfriend, who just so happens to be Florian Sainvet, a magician who previously competed on “America’s Got Talent” in 2020.
“One day Florian asked me to perform with him. It was my first time on stage,” she recalled. “I decided to combine my two passions: performing and fashion.”
This season’s Golden Buzzer acts include Northwell Health Nurse Choir (Mandel); singer Nightbirde (Cowell); World Taekwondo Demonstration Team (Terry Crews) and singer Jimmie Herrod (Vergara).
“America’s Got Talent” returns next week at 8 p.m. EST/PST on NBC.