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» About : Adelaide-raised cabaret artist Hans has made history after becoming the first Australian to appear on America's Got Talent.The star put on a dazzling performance on Tuesday evening, impressing the show's famed judges Simon Cowell, Heidi Klum, former Spice Girl Mel B and Howie Mandel.Donning a sequined green one-piece and matching top hat, the rising star turned heads when he responded to Simon's question: 'Is this something you do full time?' 'Honey, for me, being a celebrity is a full-time job,' Hans quipped back. 'You understand. It's really an act of charity, darlings.' Share this article Share The entertainer continued to offer hysterical banter, sending a wave of laughter across the audience.At the start of his performance, Hans began playing Proud Mary by Creedence Clearwater Revival.The crowd quickly went wild and were whipped into a dancing frenzy as he moved frantically with his backup dancers, The Lucky B**ches.Hans' impressive performance quickly handed him a 'yes' from all four judges, pushing him through to the next round.Following his audition, Simon said Hans' performance was like 'watching a horror movie and enjoying it'. Meanwhile, the show's host Tyra Banks praised the Aussie talent, saying she would 'pay 100 bucks to see Hans'.Following his performance, Hans admitted the real reason he auditioned for the show.'I want what everyone who goes on a reality show wants,' he said. 'To be exploited.'I don't know why America needs to come to a German living in Australia to find talent but I can only say they have found the most fabulous people from around the globe — obviously!' With the show hitting over 12 million views per week, Hans' performance is sure to get him the exposure he hopes for.He has already sold out performances at Adelaide Cabaret Festival with local band Lucky Seven this weekend, ahead of his hotly anticipated return to the second round of America's Got Talent.