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  • A couple of weeks ago, we introduced a new segment called

  • "Can You Do That."

  • It's a thing, where tWitch and I have

  • to guess whether an audience member can actually

  • do what they say they can do.

  • We met a young man with a talent that blew us away.

  • Take a look.

  • My name is Christopher Joyce I'm from the Bronx.

  • And I'm a caretaker for my father.

  • What can you do?

  • I do a handstand on weights.

  • [CHEERS]

  • No.

  • How?

  • Woo!

  • Wow!

  • Oh!

  • Oh, my God!

  • I was so impressed.

  • I wanted to learn more about him.

  • From the Bronx, New York, please welcome Christopher Joyce.

  • That was amazing.

  • Thank you.

  • I mean, when you said you could do that, I didn't picture that

  • at all.

  • I don't know what I was picturing.

  • But have you always been this naturally strong?

  • Well when I was younger, I wanted to be really strong.

  • You know, I'm from the Bronx.

  • So it's tough there.

  • Yep.

  • So they have these competitions, where

  • it's like Bronx versus Brooklyn versus Queens.

  • Staten Island.

  • And they do like, who could do the most

  • pull-ups, who could do the almost push-ups, handstands.

  • And I wanted to be different and original.

  • Right.

  • So I went to the gym, and I started practicing

  • on dumbbells and barbells.

  • I wanted to be the best at that, so I did it every day.

  • Wow.

  • And you-- I don't know what could be better than that.

  • So how often do you train and workout?

  • What do you do?

  • I train Monday through Fridays.

  • And I rest Saturday and Sundays.

  • And I train 5:00 AM every day.

  • Because at the gym, you know, it's more freedom.

  • And I can grab more weights without no one,

  • you know, having a problem.

  • And my dad, you know, he's sick and everything.

  • So I like to come back before he wakes up.

  • So it's better for me to go earlier.

  • And then, when I come back, everything is good.

  • I get to take care of him.

  • And then, I take a nap.

  • And I train again.

  • So I train twice a day.

  • Oh, wow.

  • And I train at home for my second time.

  • And how many push can you do?

  • I used to could do 200 straight.

  • But now because I've been eating a lot, and stress

  • and everything, I can only do like 130 straight.

  • Oh, only 130.

  • Oh.

  • Wow.

  • Slacking off.

  • Wow.

  • So you said your caretaker--

  • what is wrong with your dad?

  • My dad, he has a rare spinal problem.

  • Uh-uh.

  • So it's kind of forcing him to be paralyzed.

  • So the doctors recommended a surgery to try to help.

  • And so, you know, we've just been taking care of him.

  • And it's pretty tough.

  • Because that's the person that I first did my push-ups with.

  • That's the person I raced with when I was younger

  • and always looked up to.

  • And to now see him weak and stuff--

  • Yeah.

  • --you know, makes me sad.

  • But my mom, she always tells me like,

  • Chris, just use your pain as motivation.

  • And so I've been trying to like go for my goals

  • more and train more again.

  • And yeah.

  • Just--

  • Because you're a full-time caretaker.

  • Yeah.

  • I'm a full-time caretaker.

  • But what's your ultimate goal?

  • What do you want to do?

  • My ultimate goal is to be in commercials

  • and to inspire people who is also

  • like me, who comes from similar backgrounds, who, you know,

  • have it hard, who don't have all the resources.

  • Yeah.

  • And I want to showcase my talent in commercials and other places

  • to let them know they can do it too.

  • Yeah.

  • Well, you should do that.

  • For sure.

  • All right.

  • We're going to take a break.

  • And you're going to perform when we come back.

  • OK.

  • All right.

  • We'll be back.

  • We're back with the very, very strong Christopher Joyce.

  • And all right.

  • Just something's happening.

  • I don't know what.

  • But do something.

  • OK.

  • I'm going to start with this stairs.

  • All right.

  • OK.

  • Oh, start with the stairs.

  • Yeah.

  • [MUSIC PLAYING - KANYE WEST, "POWER"] No one man should have

  • all that power.

  • The clock's ticking, I just count the hours.

  • Stop tripping.

  • I'm tripping off the power.

  • You short-minded thoughts is Napoleon.

  • My furs is Mongolian.

  • My ice brought the goldies in.

  • Now I embody every characteristic

  • of the egotistic.

  • He knows.

  • He's so gifted.

  • I just need time alone with my own thoughts.

  • Got treasures in my mind but couldn't open up

  • my own vault. My childlike creativity, purity,

  • and honesty is honestly being crowded

  • by these grown thoughts.

  • Reality is catching up with me.

  • Taking my inner child, I'm fighting for custody.

  • With these responsibilities that they entrusted me.

  • As I look down at my diamond encrusted piece.

  • Thinking no one man should have all that power.

  • The clock's ticking, I just count the hours.

  • Stop tripping.

  • I'm tripping off the power.

  • [CHEERS]

  • What!

  • [APPLAUSE]

  • Now, I'm going to try to do treadmill.

  • [MUSIC PLAYING - KANYE WEST, "POWER"] At the end the day,

  • I'm killing it.

  • I know damn well y'all feeling this.

  • I don't need your, I'm on my own.

  • Where the bad, huh, where you hiding?

  • I got the power, make your life so exciting.

  • [APPLAUSE]

  • Oh, my God.

  • Oh.

  • Oh, my God.

  • All right.

  • So here's the thing.

  • You said it was your dream to be in a commercial.

  • So the sports and active nutrition brand

  • called Pure Protein loves your story.

  • And they're putting you in their next commercial.

  • No way!

  • No way.

  • Yes.

  • You're going to be in that commercial.

  • Oh, my God.

  • And they also want to help out with your bills.

  • So they're giving you a check for $20,000 along with that.

  • [APPLAUSE]