America's Got Talent

Indian Dance Group Makes it Big at America’s Got Talent

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TV reality show America’s Got Talent is one of the biggest platforms for people belonging to any age-group, to showcase their talent that is different from the rest of the world. Be it singers, dancers, magicians, comics, musicians or ventriloquists, everyone has access to this show. People with innumerable talents have been emerging that has resulted in growing competition every year so much that the show has now reached its 14th season.

America’s Got Talent season 14 saw an India-based dance group “V Unbeatable” entering the semi-finals directly .The news was announced by the official Twitter handle of the reality show on Thursday morning. “There’s a reason they’re called V unbeatable. They’re going straight to Semifinals! #AGTResults.”

Sharing the tweet, V Unbeatable wrote: “Thank you everyone. We are going straight to semifinals because of your tremendous votes, love and blessings. Keep supporting us.”

The group also shared the big news on Instagram, writing, “Just see the excitement level. It’s all because of you guys once again thank you so much and keep supporting us to make history on America’s Got Talent.”

The India-based group that originated from Mumbai consists of 29 members, aged between 12 and 27. Most of the group members belong from underprivileged families. The group performed very well on the Indian song “Tattad Tattad”, which became one of their best performances on the entire show. The panel of judges, which included Gabrielle Union, Howie Mandel, Julianne Hough and Simon Cowell, was quite impressed by the group’s performance.

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In the past, the group has also performed on various Indian dance shows. Since the group gained massive popularity through America’s Got Talent, their performances have constantly been trending.

Apart from entertaining, such reality shows also depict the real struggles of the performers, who work hard to entertain people.  Tyler Butler-Figueroa, an 11-year-old cancer survivor and violinist, dance group Light Balance Kids, singer Robert Finley and comedian Ryan Niemiller, and Ndlovu Youth Choir are the other semi-finalists.

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