AMERICA’s Got Talent: Extreme’s Jonathan Goodwin has been released from the hospital as he shares a selfie 4 months after he nearly died in a gruesome stunt accident.
The Looking for American talent the star has grown a beard and covered her head with a blue beanie.
His fiancée, Amanda Abbington, 47, was cuddled up behind him as she rested her head on his shoulder.
The two are bundled together under a colorful floral-themed shawl.
Jonathan captioned the post: “Today is my birthday. Can’t think of a better way to spend it than for my love.”
Back in October 2021, the Welsh stunt performer was practicing his latest stunt in a rehearsal for the NBC reality competition show.
In the video shot from the set, the artist is desperately hanging in the air and hanging from a rope.
Two cars were suspended on either side of him.
In the dangerous situation, two cars were supposed to rush towards Jonathan as he was expected to jump on the rope and get out of the way.
When the rope suddenly broke, the performer was shoved between cars.
The vehicles ended up sandwiching him between them and instantly caught fire.
‘IN SERIOUS CONDITION’
The escape artist must be taken to the local hospital.
A police spokesman said at the time: “He suffered serious injuries to his leg and multiple lacerations, and was taken to Grady Hospital.
“He was transported in a serious condition, but is currently alive, awake and well.”
Is a product of America’s Got Talent: Extreme pauseThe crash became “under federal investigation.”
Agency Spokesperson exclusively with The Sun: “The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is aware of this incident and has launched an investigation.”
‘LONG ROAD TO RECOVERY’
That same month, the stuntman shared a snapshot from his hospital admission on Instagram.
In the photo, Jonathan raised his arm and showed how his entire hand was bandaged.
His face is scarred from fire as he sticks his tongue out in front of the camera.
He captioned his lengthy post: “I’ve come to the brink and dodged the worst that a human could possibly have, without fear.
“Because I was protected by love. Love is all you need. So make sure you get some. Because it’s good.”
He continued: “There’s a long road to recovery and that’s not going to look like what it did.”
Jonathan concluded: “I still have a lot of work to do in the world. Maybe we can do something good together?”
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https://www.the-sun.com/entertainment/4733587/agt-jonathan-goodwin-released-hospital-selfie-stunt-accident/ AGT’s Jonathan Goodwin released from hospital and shares selfie 4 months after he nearly died in a stunt accident