Network television shows bring a sense of connection to viewers. Even before the rise of Twitter, Facebook and Instagram, social contests and reality shows were among the first real glimpses into the life of a future celebrity.
We all remember when American Idol was incredibly popular in the early to mid-2000s. It’s still popular today, but back then it was a phenomenon.
One of the most popular competition shows on television today is “America’s Got Talent.”
AGT debuted in 2006 and gained popularity in the late 2000s in the United States. It features a panel of celebrity judges who rate Americans with a variety of talents; from singing to dancing, eccentric oddities and everything in between.
The connection for the show will be very strong in Buffalo next time and that’s because a Bills player will be performing.
According to his Twitter, Isaiah McKenzie is heading to Los Angeles to perform on “America’s Got Talent.”
It’s not yet known exactly what McKenzie will do on the show, but I know Bills Mafia can’t wait.
Apparently, the Bills wide receiver/returner confirmed the appearance earlier this month on his Instagram.
I’m sure he could pull off a dance audition. Who knows, maybe sing. What if Josh Allen makes a surprise appearance with McKenzie? It’s so cool that a Bills player is on this show.
The Bills want to know the talent of McKenzie which he will also show.
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