After meeting in 2011, Amélie van Tass and Thommy Ten of The Clairvoyants developed their “second sight” act, bringing it to the stage for the first time just two months later. The Clairvoyants went on to create a full-length show that was brought to various venues across Europe. In 2014, they began performing with “The Illusionarium” by Jeff Hobson, and six months later, they toured with “The Illusionist,” the largest magic show in the world produced by Simon Painter.
In 2016, the duo participated in the biggest talent show in the world, “America’s Got Talent,” competing against more than 100,000 contestants. After four months of competition, America voted The Clairvoyants in second place. With this career highlight, The Clairvoyants appeared in the show “The Illusionists-Turn of the Century” at multiple prestigious venues, including the Palace Theatre in New York City, Broadway and with Grace VanderWaal at Planet Hollywood in Las Vegas.
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