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david blaine to hold his breath!

david blaine to hold his breath!
April 14, 2006 MICHAEL KNUDSEN



UPDATED MAY 8th

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oh how fun! i love this! crazy sexy cool magician david blaine will attempt to break a world record by holding his breath for oh about NINE minutes underwater – wild! okay so i heard through the grapevine a bit of gossip…the crew has seen mr. blaine hold his breath for a full SIX minutes (shit i think popbytes could hold it for about 1 minute tops!) – so blaine still has to add THREE more minutes to break the record – will he do it?!?



oh i bet mr. blaine will (of course he will…) all the while still looking so damn sexy! what an odd hot guy he is – we can all only imagine what he might be like in the bedroom…could be creepy or could be so hot! i am such a sucker for people like blaine with their tricks – as is my dear friend over at tabloid whore – we are both so excited to catch this special to air on ABC may 8th…oh those may sweeps are gonna be in full force! rock on – i hope everyone is enjoying the start of their holiday (albeit short) weekend…popbytes over & out – xxoo!






DAVID BLAINE WILL STUN THE WORLD WITH ANOTHER DEATH-DEFYING FEAT ON
“DAVID BLAINE: DROWNED ALIVE,” LIVE FROM NEW YORK’S LINCOLN CENTER,
MONDAY, MAY 8 ON ABC




Blaine Will Attempt to Hold His Breath Underwater Longer Than Any Other Human Being,
After Spending Seven Days Living in a Spectacular Human Aquarium in Full Public View




David Blaine, known for his headline-making feats of physical, emotional and mental endurance, will once again put his life on the line in a death-defying attempt to hold his breath underwater longer than any human being, which is currently a stunning eight minutes, 58 seconds. He will undertake this latest challenge after living with a life support system in a specially built human aquarium — an eight-foot acrylic sphere — for seven days and nights, in full public view in front of New York’s Lincoln Center. Viewers will hold their collective breath during the heart-stopping finale of the broadcast when Blaine will put himself to the ultimate test – live – on a new, two-hour ABC primetime special, “David Blaine: Drowned Alive,” MONDAY, MAY 8 (8:00-10:00 p.m., ET), on the ABC Television Network.