Tampa comedian Cam Bertrand announced on Facebook that his audition for the NBC show America’s Got Talent will air on July 6.
The post reads:
Well.. If you’ve been watching @agt this season, you may have already seen my goofy face a couple times now lol.. but I’m excited to finally be able to announce that my audition for ‘America’s Got Talent’ will be airing this Tuesday night at 8pm ET! 🎉🎉🎉
I couldn’t be more excited to share this moment with you guys!
Be sure to tune in to @nbc Tuesday July 6th at 8pm ET !
I love you guys. Thank you for all the love and support. 🙏🏼
Let’s win my momma a milly !!!
According to his website, he was a contributing writer on seasons 11 and 12 of MTV’s Wild ‘N Out and, in 2019, he won the Florida’s Funniest competition, beating out 300 comics and becoming the youngest to ever win.
Also in 2019, he became the youngest comedian to record a half-hour comedy special, Sophisticated Ignorance, on the YouTube comedy channel DryBar, according to his website.
Bertrand told the Tampa Bay Times in an email that he’s feeling “nervous, excited, anxious, and thrilled all in one... It’s definitely a lot, it’s life-changing. America’s Got Talent is such a huge platform, I just want to do well, make my mom proud, and hopefully be able to get her out of debt. That’s the goal. Everything else is just kinda a bonus.”