'America's Got Talent' on NBC: Fans label Jordan Conley as 'funniest stand-up' of the season
When it comes to 'America's Got Talent' performances, fans can always expect to see singers, dancers, and comedians as they're often 'AGT' staples. But winning the judges and fans over is where the real challenge lies. For comedian Jordan Conley, he was all set to take on the stage, with one dream in his mind -- to be the next Kevin Hart. As Conley explained it, Hart recently sold out a stadium show with 73K people in attendance. Conley's dream was to have a 73K plus one show. And it looks like he might just be one step closer to making that dream come true.
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As Conley performed his act, he had the audience and the judges in splits. Simon Cowell noted that Conely was naturally funny and managed to crack him up with his routine. Howie Mandel explained that often people praise the act, but sometimes comedians are so good, that people associate their routine with the person itself. He added that people are certainly going to love Conley. He bagged four "yes", and fans believed he deserved each one of them. "HA HA HA! That was FREAKING HILARIOUS!!! #AGT" said a fan. "Jordan had the funniest stand up this season. He had me cracking up! I’d go watch him #AGT," added another. "Ok, Jordan brought the roof down. High energy performance. #AGT," wrote a fan.
Ok, Jordan brought the roof down. High energy performance. 👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽 #AGT— White Diamonds (@whytedymonds) June 29, 2022
However, not all fans were impressed. Others thought Conley's performance was lacking in general. "What’s up with all the comedians this season?? They’ve been sucking @AGT @AGTAuditions @JoeTacokid393 #AGT," said a fan. "See ... I didn't think that guy was funny at all. #AGT," tweeted another.
See ... I didn't think that guy was funny at all. #AGT— Mark Fulton (@FenderGuy69) June 29, 2022
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'America's Got Talent' Season 17 airs on Tuesdays at 8 pm on NBC. For viewers who wish to tune in to the show without cable, they can do so using streaming services like Sling TV, fuboTV, Hulu With Live TV, AT&T TV, or YouTube TV.
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