David Blaine Burns $100 Bill and James Drinks The Ashes

David blaine burns $100 bill and james drinks the ashes

The Late Late Show with James Corden published this video item, entitled “David Blaine Burns $100 Bill and James Drinks The Ashes” – below is their description.

James welcomes world-famous magician David Blaine to blow our minds once again with an incredible stunt that can only be explained as magic. After “borrowing” a $100 bill from James’s own pocket, David uses various methods to destroy it. James is convinced to drink the remains before a wild surprise guest arrives. His first-ever residency, “David Blaine: In Spades,” kicks off at Resort World Theatre in Las Vegas on September 30th.

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