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Nik Wallenda talks about return of the Big Apple Circus

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High-wire artist and Guinness World Record holder Nik Wallenda joins TODAY live from a high wire to talk about the return of the beloved Big Apple Circus after being put on hold by financial challenges and the pandemic. Introducing some of his performers, he says, “These people are my family.”