9-year-old Irish magician wows Ellen with impressive card trick

9-year-old Irish magician wows Ellen with impressive card trick
Aidan McCann on Ellen. Picture: Michael Rozman/Warner Bros

A young Irish magician wowed an audience in the US with his impressive tricks.

Nine-year-old Aidan McCann appeared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show and showed off his skills to the host.

The Kildare youngster's trick involved cards, a DVD and a bunch of cinema tickets.

Needless to say, Ellen and the audience were stunned.

Ellen, in turn, performed some of her own magic with a surprise for the young conjurer.

Ellen revealed that Shin Lim, one of Aidan's favourite magicians, had invited the nine-year-old to be a special guest at one his shows in Vegas.

Aidan has previously impressed audiences on Ireland's Got Talent, making it all the way to the semi-finals.

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