After receiving third place on Season 14 of America’s Got Talent, Ryan Niemiller is BACK! Ryan tells a hilarious story about getting into an accident with a semi-truck!
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Last winter’s #1 most-watched alternative series, “America’s Got Talent: The Champions,” returns for a second season. The series will feature a star-studded panel of judges, including executive producer Simon Cowell, global superstar Heidi Klum, “AGT’s” longest-running judge Howie Mandel and the newest addition – singer, songwriter and author Alesha Dixon, who joins “Champions” from the smash hit “Britain’s Got Talent.” Terry Crews, star of NBC’s “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” and People magazine’s “Sexiest TV Host,” returns as host. “America’s Got Talent: The Champions” brings together the world’s most talented, memorable and all-around fan-favorite acts from past seasons of “AGT” and from the other “Got Talent” franchises around the globe.

Comedian Ryan Niemiller Delivers His FUNNIEST Stand-Up YET! – America’s Got Talent: The Champions

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  1. Not a lot of people know this but he was one of the stars in Jaws but one of the sharks attacked him so they got Richard dreyfuss to act the rest of the film

  2. This is ridiculously unfunny. He's focusing on his handicap to gain the audience. And unfortunately, that kinda stuff always works.

    -he even calls out on the discomfort and the awkwardness of the audience.

  3. Howie's outro for this season is so obnoxious… It's quite annoying having to turn my volume down quickly every time Howie has the outro on a video.

    I think the concept of "once is funny, twice is not" was lost here. Sure, the first time you ear raped me with your silly joke, okay, haha Howie, you got me, but every time you've come up in another video outro since the first time I saw it, it's just very annoying now.

  4. Am I the only one who doesn't find Ryan funny?
    I have never warmed to him. His jokes have made me smirk at the most. I have never guffawed listening to him.
    I get it, humor is subjective.
    Preacher Lawson is miles ahead of Ryan in my book. I don't think Ryan deserved to make it through based on those 2 minutes. I would have loved to have seen Oz make it through over Ryan.

  5. Sorry, but this guy is NOT funny. He has never been funny. All he has is his handicap, which he plays for sympathy. Watch Dry Bar Comedy if you want to see REALLY funny acts.

  6. The performance was less than championship caliber . The performers that he beat in a judges vote were more impressive than he was . Sorry , not really funny enough to beat that young singer . To be moved forward because of your disability vs talent is patronizing not honest .