Conjurers Richard Young and Sam Strange, both 30, wanted to create a buzz around their illusions by appearing on TV.
After filming a mockumentary that saw them invade BBC, ITV and Channel 5, they decided to take matters into their own magic gloves.
Sam and Richard staged an illusion where Sam chopped Richard up until he got so small that his feet seemed to be right near his head.
So while Sky News tried to make a Westminster report on NHS Reform, all eyes were on the two wizards behind the reporter.
The duo have been friends since they were nine and grew up watching David Copperfield.
Sam told Mirror Online: “David Copperfield was the best stage illusionist – especially his flying trick.”
But while Copperfield had that cheesy American mystique, Sam insists self-deprecating humour is the way for British audiences.
He said: “The mystical stuff may work in America, but British audiences don’t want ‘look how great I am.'”
They say Dynamo has made magic cool again.
Sam said: “Many magicians are bitter and cynical about people like Dynamo but we think he’s amazing.”
The duo went on Penn and Teller’s show where they failed to trick the legendary duo with one of their illusions.
“Penn and Teller were heroes of ours,” says Sam. “And they were very nice and very respectful.”
The Magic Circle members have performed at the Edinburgh Festival and at the end of May are involved in the Champions of Magic show. Their next main tour is in Jersey in August.
Sam said: “We’d love to have our own TV show.”