'America's Got Talent' Stunt Goes Wrong on Live TV

A contestant on America's Got Talent nearly died on live television on Tuesday night.

Ryan Stock, a Canadian stunt performer, was fortunate to walk away after being shot in the neck with a flaming arrow by his fiancé. Amber Lynn Walker was supposed to hit an eight inch target held in the stunt man's mouth, but things didn't go quite as planned. The mistake was televised live on NBC and left Howie Mandel, Mel B., Heidi Klum and Simon Cowell in shock, while Stock curled over and gagged in pain. “I’m OK. It got my shirt. I’m OK,” he eventually assured the silenced crowd. But that wasn’t enough for judge Howie Mandel who urged the contestant to seek medical attention. The executive producer of the show, Simon Cowell, was visibly shocked saying: “Why are we judging this act?” he asked. “Amber just shot Ryan and he needs to go to a hospital now.” After the commercial break, host Nick Cannon assured viewers Stock was okay. “We had a serious mishap tonight...” Stock tweeted after the broadcast. “A very unfortunate mechanical failure but I am very fortunate to walk away from it.” Related: What do you think? Share with us your thoughts in the comments below.

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