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Brent Street Mesmerizes “AGT” Judges With Show-Stopping Dance Routine To Snag Rare Golden Buzzer

A group of people in all white dance on the "AGT" stage. One person stands in the front while the others scatter from under a large curtain.

There are many ways to tell a story. One of the most difficult ways, however, seems to be through dance. That’s why it’s extra impressive to see what groups like Brent Street Dance are capable of doing. They’re comprised of Australian students from a performing arts training center — one of the leading ones in their country. Still, performing on the America’s Got Talent (AGT) stage must have been nerve-wracking.

If it was, you certainly couldn’t tell! As soon as Hope by NF starts playing, they’re quick to embody the message of this powerful song. Although all of our journeys are unique, most of us can understand what it’s like to spend so much time living in doubt. Fighting through those doubts and struggles to get to the other side isn’t easy, and it’s something these dancers convey so beautifully.

Although there are many members in Brent Street Dance, they move in a way they feels as though they are one. This fluidity adds so much to the overall performance, as the judges point out. Speaking of which, the judges can’t stop raving… until Howie Mandel mysteriously disappears.

Brent Street Dance Wows AGT Judges With Their Emotional Performance

After such a theatrical dance performance, it only makes sense that Mandel would go out of his way to make their Golden-Buzzer moment even more memorable! It’s also no wonder this talented group is going straight to the live shows — everyone loves them!

“My favorite part of being a Judge of AGT is to be able to watch the answers to watch what humans can do with their bodies,” Sofia Vergara says. “It was for sure the coolest thing I’ve seen today.”

We can’t wait to see what story Brent Street Dance tells next on AGT!

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