Nobody knew quite what they were in for when 24-year-old acrobatic performer Gustavo Sartori stepped onto the “Spain’s Got Talent” stage.
It’s no secret that audiences expect show-stopping performances from singers and dancers, but as Gustavo demonstrates in this unforgettable routine, there’s more than one way to leave an audience truly breathless!
It wasn’t smooth sailing, though. Just 10 seconds into the routine, he had to stop because his music was malfunctioning. Fortunately, the audience and judges were incredibly forgiving — and it’s a good thing because he would go on to win their hearts in a matter of seconds.
You could practically feel that a red “X” was looming, but once Gustavo (literally) got his act off the ground, the magic started!
And by “magic,” we mean the kind of stunts that age you a decade or so just by watching them!
Gustavo’s talents are unlike anything we’ve seen before. There were moments he was swinging high above the unforgiving stage floor by just the back of his neck!
And at another point, it was only one ankle.
It’s safe to say that everyone was on the edge of their seats. The audience and judges alike were both awestruck and baffled by the amazing spectacle.
The question undoubtedly on everyone’s mind was ‘Could Gustavo pull it off and end his audition in one piece?’ The answer: Absolutely!
After such a stomach-churning routine, it’s no wonder that he got the Golden Buzzer.
Watch it below, and don’t forget to share his daring audition with your friends and family!
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