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WHAT?! A Trained Rat Takes Over The AGT Stage! - America's Got Talent 2019

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Melissa Arleth and her incredible rat Hanta deliver an infectious performance! ABOUT AMERICA'S GOT TALENT Creator and Executive Producer Simon Cowell returns to the judges' panel along with Howie Mandel. Also joining the panel this year are two fresh faces - award-winning actress, author and producer Gabrielle Union and Emmy Award-winning choreographer, actress, singer and dancer Julianne Hough. Terry Crews, who made a big splash as the host of the inaugural series "America's Got Talent: The Champions" earlier this year, joins as host for "America's Got Talent." With the show open to acts of all ages, "America's Got Talent" continues to celebrate the variety format like no other show on television. Year after year, "America's Got Talent" features a colorful array of singers, dancers, comedians, contortionists, impressionists, magicians, ventriloquists and hopeful stars, all vying to win America's hearts and a $1 million prize.

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  • Linda Added We used to have a business as industrial electricians. I trained rats back in the 70s, to run wire through wall and ceilings in malls, schools, and offices, when they were doing additions or rewiring. That way we didn't have to remove the walls or ceilings. Put a harness on the rat with fishing line attached. The line would be attached to the electric cable. The rat would find the path of least resistance from the main box to the new addition in the shortest direction. Then there was the FAVORITE cookie waiting at the end where we needed the rat to exit. Much cheaper for the company using rats than needing to replace walls or ceilings to run electric cable.
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