The Welsh-born entertainer, 41, was “responsive” and “right away taken to the health center where he is continuing to get medical care,” a spokesperson for “AGT: Extreme” said in a statement to People publication.
” Our ideas and prayers go out to him and his family as we await further updates on his condition,” the representative included.
Jonathan Goodwin reached the semifinal of “Americas Got Talent” in 2020.
NBC has actually promoted “AGT: Extreme,” an eight-episode spinoff to its extremely successful “AGT” series, as a display of “the most outrageous, unique and jaw-dropping acts of enormous scale and magnitude that simply can not be confined to a theater stage.”
Production on the show, which is set to broadcast in 2022, was suspended Friday, reported The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
A candidate on NBCs new “Americas Got Talent: Extreme” show was airlifted to health center after his act went wrong throughout rehearsals at the Atlanta Motor Speedway in Hampton, Georgia, on Thursday.
Escape artist Jonathan Goodwin, who reached the semi-final of in 2015s routine “Americas Got Skill” program, apparently fell dozens of feet to the ground after being crushed in between two automobiles in mid-air, per multiple media outlets.