‘AGT’: Kadan Rockett, Kid Magician, Cuts Sister In Half (WATCH)

"I think it is a great twist having a kid magician with his sister. I loved it.”

Kadan and Brooklyn Rockett on 'America's Got Talent'

Kadan and Brooklyn Rockett on ‘America’s Got Talent’

A ten year-old magician moved swiftly into the next round of AMERICA’S GOT TALENT tonight by sawing his kid sister in half — and then refusing to put her back together!

Kadan Bart Rockett promised to reassemble his 8 year-old sibling, Brooklyn, if the judges passed him through. And they did.

“I loved you two,” judge Mel B. praised. “I loved your whole entire presentation.

Judge Howie Mandel was also a fan: “I think it is adorable, it is fun. I think it is a great twist having a kid magician with his sister. I loved it.”

It was never mentioned during the telecast, but this is actually the second time young Kadan and his sister have been featured on the NBC talent competition.

In 2011 the kids appeared as young Howie Mandel and young Sharon Osbourne in a performance by semi-finalist magician Seth Grabel.

See the video below.

Avid TV viewers might also recognize Kadan from his recurring role on the CBS series RUSH HOUR and national commercials for Tombstone Pizza and Doritos.

Kadan will now advance to the next round of AGT in search of the $1 million cash prize.

AMERICA’S GOT TALENT airs Tuesday evenings on NBC.

Sean Daly

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