A kid comedian wowed the judges during the 2016 auditions on “America’s Got Talent.” When the kid, a 6-year-old boy named Nathan Bockstahler took the stage, the judges and the audience cheered for him as he confidently walked out. Then he had a conversation with "America’s Got Talent" judge Simon Cowell. Cowell asked Nathan what he was going to do. 

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When Nathan told Cowell that he was a comedian, judge Howie Mandel said, “Me too.” After speaking with the judges, Nathan got to work entertaining the crowd with his silly jokes and natural comedic timing. He told the crowd about his battles with ADHD and other life experiences. 

One joke that had everyone roaring with laughter and applause was about his experience with girls. While his parents looked on backstage nervously, Nathan said, “One thing to know about girls is that they say one thing, but always mean another. My mom for instance, always tells me to call her mom. And I come find out, that’s not even her real name!”

Watch the video of Nathan’s performance below.