'AGT' Mind Reader Earns Standing Ovation Playing 'Deal Or No Deal'

Eric Dittelman knew how to bring a show to his latest performance on "America's Got Talent" (Mon., 8 p.m. ET on NBC). And he did so by channeling one of judge Howie Mandel's former shows. With beautiful models on stage holding silver suitcases, it was like viewers were on the set of "Deal or No Deal."

Dittelman played the game with Mandel, ultimately having the former "Deal" host narrow his selection down to a single suitcase. He then revealed inside that suitcase that he knew this was the one Mandel would pick. Further, he had the models open the other suitcases, which all read "No Deal."

And to seal the deal, Dittelman showed a sign he'd made up that also correctly identified which case Mandel would choose. It was an impressive enough spectacle to earn a standing ovation from the judges. Will it earn the votes to keep him in the competition?

Find out as "America's Got Talent" continues Tuesday at 9 p.m. ET. The show then takes a break to make room for NBC's Olympics coverage before returning August 14 to its new time slots of Tuesays at 8 p.m. ET and Wednesdays at 9 p.m. ET.

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