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Terry Crews Shared a Rare Pic of His Son—And They're in Matching Outfits
The AGT host made his latest red carpet appearance a family affair.
Every America's Got Talent fan knows that Host Terry Crews is the ultimate cheerleader, and it looks like he is showing some red carpet support alongside his son in honor of the John Wick: Chapter 4 premiere.
Crews recently attended a screening of the celebrated franchise's fourth film with his son, Isaiah, 18. And boy, do they look alike! Crews and his son looked dashing in matching sleek black suits, with Crews donning a leather jacket. The AGT Host took to Instagram to document the exciting father-son excursion.
"John Wick: Chapter 4 premiere with my guy @isaiahsamuelcrews... who dressed the part! 🤣 #JohnWick4," Crews captioned the post. The actor also shared four other children with his wife of 33 years, Rebecca King-Crews.
To his credit, Crews is a multi-talented performer who is the perfect candidate for the AGT gig. He's a former athlete, actor, comedian, author, flutist, and artist, and that's not even including his renowned reputation as a professional pec-popper. All of this is to say: he's the perfect Host for the biggest talent show stage in the world.
In an interview with Talent Recap, Crews admitted he manifested his AGT tenure all the way back in high school. “This is the thing, I host AGT which is the world’s biggest talent show, but what people don’t know, is that I hosted my high school talent show,” Crews said. “And because I always knew, I always saw everything I’m doing right now, I already saw it.” Talk about manifestation!
During the All-Stars competition, Crews showed his love for the Detroit Youth Choir yet again by honoring them with a second Golden Buzzer moment. The Host also gifted the Detroit Youth Choir the Golden Buzzer in Season 14 during their first AGT run, where they finished second.
From the moment Crews stepped on stage, the crowd went wild with anticipation, guessing the Golden moment that might happen next. “Mr. White, you have changed the lives of thousands of young men and women all over," Crews told the Detroit Youth Choir director after their performance pushed him to tears. "For what you have done for the city of Detroit. For what you have done in this world, one Golden Buzzer! Is that enough?”