For some reason, it’s always been stereotyped that women are more like cats and men are more like dogs. We don’t know why but cats are viewed as more feminine than dogs. Whatever the case may be, comedian Jodi Miller says it’s the other way around.

Jodi Miller auditioned for the ninth season of America’s Got Talent and during her bit, she argued that women were the ones that were more like dogs and men were more like cats. The judges were left scratching their heads.

“It’s a huge misconception that guys are like dogs and women are like cats,” she tells the AGT judges. “We have it backwards.”

Then, she started with her reasoning for it – this is when she had the judges absolutely in tears from laughing so hard. Miller nailed it because all of the reasons she gave them were so spot on and hilarious.

She starts by saying that, like cats, men only really care about their own needs and, like dogs, women are always there for unconditional love. So far, pretty accurate, right? She doesn’t stop there and it just gets funnier!

Continue to the next page to watch her audition that had the judges in stitches. It’s so good!

Shows like America’s Got Talent, The Voice, and So You Think You Can Dance are getting more and more popular. It’s a great outlet for people to show off their incredible talents to the entire world.

Most of the time you’d expect to see singers, dancers, or even magicians on the show America’s Got Talent — ventriloquists are rare, and it’s a hard performance to pull off. It’s extremely difficult to be a talented and entertaining.

A man named Paul Zerdin was auditioning for the show, and ventriloquism was going to be his talent. He walks onto the stage and his face is shining with confidence.

The judges await his performance, wondering which direction his act was going to go. Little did they know, they were in for an amazing and hilarious treat. Nobody was expecting this at all.

Continue to the next page to watch this surprising and unexpected performance. Now, this is some talent!