Do you like magic tricks? Do you believe in magic? How do you like black magic? If you answered yes to any of these questions, and if you also like horror movies, then sit back, my little otherworldly lover, it will be interesting. Meet Sacred Riana. That’s the stage name of the most unconventional illusionist I’ve ever seen.
Maria Antoinette Riana Graharani was born on July 13, 1992, in Jakarta, Indonesia. Since her childhood, the little girl idolized and admired the great David Copperfield, and such a fascination of her daughter was actively supported by her parents. It is not known for what reason, but Maria was fascinated by the dark side of magic, and began to use in her numbers the image of a teenage girl possessed by demons, as well as all kinds of dark scenery. Get it she really fantastic. By winning the Stand Up Magician contest in Indonesia, taking first place on Asia’s Got Talent, scaring the judges at America’s Got Talent, Sacred Riana immersed everyone in the audience in a restless and mystical atmosphere, and the audience at the screen made them believe they were watching a mystical thriller.
In all the numbers, Riana is dressed in a dress and white tights, and she is holding a rather ugly and unkempt doll. The illusionist does not greet or say goodbye to the audience, she just starts her show and that’s it. She doesn’t talk much and twitches as if there really is a demon inside her. Here’s an example of her performance just at America’s Got Talent in 2018.