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“AGT” Judges Floored By Flawless Synchronicity Dancers In Early Release Video, Watch

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An early release clip of a synchronicity dance group on AGT has us and the judges floored—and Simon Cowell thinks they could win the whole season.

The group called Sabrina took the stage for the upcoming audition episode, and their moves were so flawless that the series couldn’t wait to show them off on YouTube. In it, 19 young women effortlessly moved through a dance routine, perfectly in sync, with grace and power.

As the women performed, judges Simon Cowell, Sofía Vergara, Heidi Klum, and Howie Mandel appeared absolutely shocked and nodded their heads with approval and excitement.

“I’m speechless!” Sofia gushed when Sabrina finished. “It was so exciting. The choreography, the music was so dramatic, and I think people are gonna love you.”

Simon Cowell followed Sofia’s praise by admitting he “knows nothing about dance.” But he does recognize originality and hard work.

“God knows how many months you spent getting that together,” he said. “It was like a machine. You’ve got a real shot at winning after that.”

Howie agreed with everything Sofia and Simon said before adding that the ladies were “amazing.”

“You were able to stay in sync at such an amazing speed, and then you add the agility to that… I’ve never seen that kind of movement. You are so worthy of being on Season 19.”

Sabrina unsurprisingly earned a resounding “yes” from the judges, which means they’re officially Season 19 competitors.

The Japan-based dance group specializes in Synchronicity, which is a thousands-year-old dance style. Its expressive movements are perfectly timed to rhythms and beats and often include over a dozen performers.

Sabrina’s audition, and several more auditions, will air during AGT’s Tuesday, June 4th installment on NBC at 8 pm ET.

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