Episode 3 of NBC’s Bring The Funny brought 10 more acts before the judges (Kenan Thompson, Chrissy Teigen and Jeff Foxworthy), with only six of them moving on to the next round of the competition.
And here they are:
An Amarillo native, Key first began studying to become a paramedic, but soon realized that being a comedian was her true calling. A few months after convincing local club owners to give her a chance, she began taking her musical comedic storytelling across America.
Kids These Days(Lida Darmian, Maggie Maxwell, Scott Hercman, Nick Reichheld, Rachael Burke, Adrian Frimpong)
This newly formed sketch group is more like a family than colleagues, with each member bringing their own style of comedy to the team. Performing for sold out crowds in NYC, Kids These Days is ready to graduate onto the biggest stage of their careers.
While teaching children to follow their dreams at the Boys and Girls Club, Harris decided it was time he followed his own advice to follow his dreams. With the support of his family, Calvin has been living his comedy dream ever since. Harris is from Chicago, living in Los Angeles.
Drennon Davis’s one-man band of loop pedals, beat boxing, vocals, and his very own “DJ Yeah” have been touring for the past 10 years performing for thousands of people. He’s from San Francisco, and based in Los Angeles
While in college, Lopez’s roommate convinced her to post her impressions online and within six months she gained a following. She’s a DC native.
Siddiq, from Houston, spent six years behind bars, cultivating his very own comedic style of storytelling. Since that time, he has gone on to become a successful touring comedian and is ready to share his stories with all of America. Ali has made appearances on Showtime, HBO, BET, AXS, and Comedy Central, where he also debuted his hour-long special.