He was responsive as he was sent to an area hospital, TMZ said at the time. In the Instagram photo posted Wednesday morning, his right wrist is wrapped and he is sticking his tongue out at the camera from a hospital bed.
Goodwin on his website describes himself as a combination of Houdini and Superman. He reached the semifinals of the regular “America’s Got Talent” last year.
“Goodwin has put himself in the most extreme situations and dodged death each time,” his website says.
Fremantle, the show’s production company, over the weekend said it suspended production of the show for the time being. It did not say when production will resume but they only had a few days left to shoot.
The show began production on Sept. 27 at Atlanta Motor Speedway, using both the speedway itself and surrounding parking lots to do stunts. Simon Cowell is an executive producer and one of the judges. The show, set for eight episodes, features dangerous, potentially life-threatening stunts, in contrast to the singers, comics and dancers on the regular “AGT” show. The winner gets $500,000.
It’s scheduled to air in early 2022.