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Busty Heart was a novelty act from Season 3 of America's Got Talent. She was eliminated in the audition round.


Susan Sykes (born May 9, 1961), better known by her pseudonym Busty Heart, is a television personality, big-bust model, and former stripper. She is also well known for portraying Etra in The Dictator.

Sykes is the daughter of an IBM executive and a school teacher. Sykes worked as an assistant at an investment firm and paralegal for a large law firm before her career in the entertainment business. Sykes graduated from the Dana Hall School in Wellesley, Massachusetts. She graduated from Pine Manor College in Brookline, Massachusetts in 1979.

Busty Heart appeared on Rude Tube on Channel 4 in the United Kingdom in November 2008. Among her most famous television appearances, she was on Comedy Central's The Man Show, where she demonstrated her talent for crushing beer cans by slamming her breasts on top of them.

Busty Heart has done numerous TV shows, including Fox-TV's That's Just Wrong, The WB's Steve Harvey-hosted Steve Harvey's Big Time Challenge season finale, Endemol TV's Private Parts on Channel 5 in England, truTV's World's Dumbest, Bravo TV's Outrageous and Contagious Viral Videos, Fuji TV Tokyo Japan "2006 Bakademy Awards", E!'s Talk Soup, and 2007 Spike TV MANswers.

Busty Heart currently operates "Busty Heart's Place," a strip club located in Turtle Point, Pennsylvania. 1


Busty Heart's audition in Episode 303 consisted of using her breasts to break a plank and to crush beer cans. David Hasselhoff buzzed the act. Piers Morgan, Sharon Osbourne, and David all voted "No", eliminating the act from the competition.

Audition All Stars[]

Busty Heart performed in Episode 320 as one of the Audition All Stars in the Season 3 America's Got Talent finale. Her role consisted of singing "Don't Stop Me Now" with the others.

After the Show[]

Busty Heart has competed on at least four other versions of Got Talent since her appearance on AGT, including Germany's, France's, Georgia's, and most recently in 2019, Croatia's.

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