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  • Hello, let's start with an introduction please we are where Bushido group from Ukraine
  • Where and how did you meet we met 9 years ago in the
  • University when I took part in contest and I showed my talent shadow theater
  • 9 years ago I took my friends in the talent show and we use just a torch and white sheet
  • We didn't win anything but wherever shadow dance group was born
  • When I joined the group, we were just friends. I didn't think about him like boyfriend, but one day I saw him in you light
  • after show
  • with our t-shirts
  • And we fell in love
  • I
  • Decided to make proposal to Eli I had no idea
  • But when I saw him stand and was really I start to cry of course
  • I don't know what I would do without Ruslan. He is like my rock
  • our problems tonight is the story about Stella and oh
  • We come all the way into America good talent because we know that it's a chance to make our big dream come true
  • Good luck. Thank you very much
  • So do I very nice of you buddy
  • Fading in fading out on the edge of paradise every
  • Inch of your skin is a Holy Grail. I've got a funny
  • Only you can set my heart
  • I'm fine
  • Yeah, I'll let you set the plane
  • Cuz
  • My
  • Touch me like
  • I'm 11. I'm Easton and I'm 14 and we're best friends here dance together. Oh
  • Oh, they do it really well
  • I love dancing with Easton and he's so amazing and nice and sleep
  • He's like my older brother is he is very bubbly and fun
  • We're also said you could pair because we don't only love dance. We love food
  • Yes
  • We have so much fun
  • But we've been practicing so hard the sound we're performing to tonight is about
  • Easton being a soldier and it's being called off to war. I'm his little sister and I don't want him to leave it
  • so whenever
  • There are lots of nerves for men
  • There are a lot of very talented acts here. I thought it was a nice performance
  • I wasn't blown away though. If I'm being completely honest, I really don't think this is a million-dollar act so it's a no from me
  • No probably judges that hat would be so bad
  • Tonight this is gonna be one of the biggest performances we've ever done, but I think we're ready for it
  • We're just gonna do only know how to do best, which is dance
  • What are your names I'm Izzy, I'm Houston and where do you live in Las Vegas?
  • And what are you guys gonna do here for us? We're gonna dance
  • Are you guys related brother-sister? No. Oh, so how long have you guys been dancing together about like five years?
  • So what type of dance do you do?
  • contemporary and
  • Good luck, let's see what you got
  • Does anybody like contemporary times have interests like who me anyone else?
  • everyone
  • Well could who are you please my name is Nick Williams and I'm Lindsey Williams and are you married or brother and sister
  • Six years now. Yes
  • And where did you mean?
  • Mutual friend of ours told me I met your soul mate. I think you gotta be kidding me
  • You know, you're joking you Paul didn't even want to get married to begin with and we went on a date and here we are
  • I'm a violinist. I'm Nick. I'm an opera singer and we're from New York
  • Growing up. My mother had a three tenors album at first. I was like, yeah, why you listening to all this opera?
  • And then I started singing along to it and I fell in love with it now
  • You said to myself? That's what I want to do for the rest of my life
  • But in Stano in New York, it's very hard to get a job in the Opera
  • So I've had to pick up jobs singing in restaurants
  • weddings and whatever else I could I
  • Started taking up the violin and around second grade
  • I loved classical music but I always felt like I didn't quite fit in that world
  • But then when I met Nick, I felt like I've known him forever together
  • We were like, oh my gosh, we speak the same language musically. This is incredible
  • We got married and started to collaborate
  • This is the first time we're really putting ourselves out there and we're definitely trying to make a career out of this
  • Wedding America's Got Talent would definitely change our lives then we cannot wait to show the world what we do can't wait
  • Because it's the greatest show in the world
  • Okay, two minutes to change your life forever
  • Nobody try this at home naturalist or monitor John the best
  • a sword
  • Okay Howie, we've seen knife throwers but not really with their feet I am a self-taught knife thrower Wow
  • Well, it's interesting. It's dangerous. It's funny. You deserve to go further than just tonight
  • What point in the relationship did you say
  • I've got an idea, honey
  • And for every wife who's wanted to throw sharp things and her husband I say, thank you
  • When you turned around you had the knives in your hand there was like something kind of crazy in your eyes
  • Okay, I was like I get it. This is why he fell in love with you
  • I was thinking, you know our this is a great show when you get bad singers rather than buzzing them
  • We throw knives at them
  • I mean, I've been studying opera since I'm a child out. What did you like about my voice your voice?
  • There are four of us, we'll take a boat Howie I'm gonna give you a yes. I want to see you again
  • Because if they're singing I'm gonna say no
  • Three yeses, you've already got two so it's up to one lady. This is tough. Uh, you know, what?
  • I will say that I actually really love your voice and I don't actually think you should ever take what you love and
  • Compromise it because somebody doesn't like it
  • And therefore it's a yes
  • Canal's one question. Will you throw a knife at me with your feet? Yes, actually
  • Oh
  • My
  • I
  • Really like it. Yeah, this could go horribly wrong now and this will turn into a yes if you don't kill me. Okay, okay
  • That's my boss. Thank you him. I love this. She also
  • Thank you
  • He's okay
  • And then you said throw knife at me oh yeah
  • Lamont Landers, I'm 27 years old and I am a musician girl. Livin Alabama's just had a normal family
  • My mom was stay on mom. My dad worked for General Motors and just always grew up around music
  • My dad had got me a guitar when I was in second grade for Christmas, but my dad got it really for itself you
  • Got it for him and I couldn't play it and your kid. That sucks
  • When I was 14, my parents split up and as a kid divorce, it's tough
  • I hated everything all of it. It's frightening. It's scary to be alone
  • And there's only so much you can do and I put up a wall there. So you build up these calluses
  • It just makes you stronger it suffer
  • When they get divorced he left the guitar, and so I picked it up. I started learning songs and
  • Having the guitar as an outlet was the perfect thing
  • So for the last three years
  • I've been gigging non-stop I get to go out and do what I love on a day to day basis
  • No, like I'm living my dream
  • But I deserve some bigger and better audience and bigger and better stages for me to play on show him what you got
  • I'm happy to bring with what I can to this show and just roll the dice to see what happens
  • Hello, what's your name? I am Lamont Landers. I'm 27 years old from Huntsville, Alabama
  • I love your name, by the way. Thank you, sir. And what do you do sing full-time? Yeah, I'm a full-time musician
  • This is how you make your money. That's right
  • Okay, so why do you think this show could change what you're doing at the moment to go?
  • It's a one of the biggest platforms in the world. Look at this crowd. It's amazing
  • I wanted to be a surprise. Good luck
  • So we you
  • Whatever you want to do yay. Is it already?
  • Lamont
  • I'm guessing you play with a band. Yes, sir. But that's a very safe what I would call wedding song. Well, she had a song
  • What's going on Marvin Gaye
  • The same genre
  • I'm just wondering whether we should just come up with a better song because your problem is that you don't take risks
  • Fair enough, thanks. Oh no mom. I wouldn't shrug to that. I wouldn't
  • So you want to come back this afternoon with another song?
  • It's up to you. It's not me. It's you
  • I'm gonna do it right now if we can you think what's going on is what we want. I think it's great
  • I'm not sure if it's what you guys want, but I'm not think it's beautiful
  • I think you should come back later. Cuz right now we're not understanding each other
  • What what do you guys want?
  • You are getting on my nerves right now
  • Because I actually like your voice so I would suggest you think about what I'm saying, and I'm gonna give you another shot
  • Don't be cocky
  • Okay, yup, do you
  • Oh wait, oh wait good choice
  • Yeah, he was really getting on my nerves
  • So are you going to take the advice and come back or do you feel like you want to just stop it here?
  • Can I have that yeah, no, that's all right
  • The risk like you said he needs to go find something else
  • Just find something find you more smartest and not you know what I mean ice which
  • automates like hardly prepare would like an hour to
  • come up with
  • I do think that you grandeur in this show
  • To voice when you first I'm gonna feel is that you lost me after about 30 seconds
  • It's just trying
  • You do a shot
  • 90 seconds tight and be ready to go back on
  • That thing called an it factor that separates talented people from the people you need to know what they're doing at all times
  • Yeah
  • I thought
  • Oh, my friend
  • Simon Judas Lea judges, thank you all for having me back. I really appreciate it. Thank you for coming back
  • Even though we didn't get on great the first time we met I actually like you and I love your voice
  • I think we all do thank you. Thank you. I
  • Learned this song like in the last 30 minutes. So forgive me if there's mistakes. I'm gonna give it a good go though
  • C'mon Lamont one minute one minute one minute one minute won't it right? Shake yourself out here. You're too tense
  • Of course, please everybody. Please do not clap. Don't clap long. Okay. Okay. Well, they might at the end. We'll see ya
  • Can I give you one suggestion, please? Yes, of course. Slow it down. Of course make this feel like you've just written the song
  • Down
  • This is another thing I did to my guitar I'm so sorry you are torturing said it's gonna be perfect. I know
  • Somebody said you got a new friend
  • Can she love you back here
  • And I know it's to pain
  • Just gotta see it and I'm in the corner watching you kiss
  • Why can't you see me
  • At all, ah he bets and no my home
  • You
  • I'm in the corner watching you kids
  • Home I keep dancing on my own
  • And I keep dancing, oh my
  • All right, so
  • you're like an egg right now and we're cracking it open slowly, but surely I
  • Almost want you to just close your eyes for a second
  • How do you feel?
  • I'm humbled and
  • I'm honored that you know
  • You guys would take the time and give me another chance and I thrive under pressure and I love trying to adapt and overcome
  • And thank you for the chance
  • And that goes a long way well done
  • Howie I
  • Think that you're really good and you've got a really good voice taking all the direction from Simon and listening to everybody you stepped it
  • up 10
  • levels as far as I could say
  • Okay, we literally threw everything at this young man plus the kitchen sink he went backstage learned a song
  • He's never heard before played before at nothing and the guitar and sing it and came out here and just blew us all away
  • No, he said the welder month, but I respect you for doing what you did
  • I think there is a wall in front of you, which is the fear of failure
  • And I think you've got to let yourself go a little bit. There's nothing wrong with by looking emotional or happy or sad you
  • Know the cracking of the egg is a good analogy
  • You know
  • it's like I know what it's like when it's frustrating you get criticized when you think you're right that something's getting in the way and
  • You get frustrated and then sometimes someone gives you a little bit advice and it opens the door
  • I think the doors just open for you here I did
  • Everybody clap
  • I like you
  • Okay looking about how are you something based on what you did at the beginning and then how you improved? I'm giving you a yes
  • I feel I want more. Yes
  • Apps and outs
  • but at least you have the guts and the
  • Respect for doing what you've just done and I'm really happy that works out for you. And you know what?
  • Let's make the next one even better. So this boy, yes
  • It's he's
  • Complex. That's why he's interesting. I can't wait to see more. I can't wait to hear more from you. Stop Thanks
  • Next I'm gonna guess inquire. Yeah. Love quiet
  • Hi guys
  • In this group our name is the Global Youth Choir and we all the way from
  • Limpopo in South Africa. Oh, you're from South Africa Wow
  • My name is Rob Smith. I'm the conductor. You're the conductor. How long have been doing it now? We've been together for 10 years
  • Hi hi, hi, what's your name? My name is sandy. Lima. Chola. This is your first time in America. Yes
  • This is my first time in America. Hello America and
  • What does this mean to you this is the dream countries that I'm dreaming right now
  • We are from a small community in Limpopo South Africa, there's a lot of difficulty
  • Growing up. It has been really hard for us the place. It has a lot of poverty
  • Many places have no electricity. Most of the homes do native running water. It is very difficult
  • The challenges these kids face it's devastating
  • Many of our kids parents have passed away
  • They've got to look after their little siblings on their own
  • So to try and help those orphans and vulnerable children, we started a choir
  • My father passed away two years ago everything changed
  • But it was very difficult
  • I
  • had to take care of all of us and
  • I was to further the ones
  • For me, how is it going to be?
  • Okay
  • When they join us many of our kids have the weight of the world on their shoulders and to them they problems feel
  • insurmountable
  • For us it's not easy to dream so I didn't like to smile
  • but after joining the choir, I found my voice and
  • It brought back the smile on my face
  • Being in the choir, it just gave me a sense of belonging my confidence to not be afraid
  • That it's okay to dream. So you just saw the sky as a limit. Exactly. That's why now
  • We want to show the whole world that anything is possible
  • They come from one of the poorest communities in the world yet these kids managed to lift themselves up
  • To see them standing on the stage of America's Got Talent tonight
  • and
  • Sorry
  • You can't help but just burst with pride
  • Can you tell me the song is original was it about
  • so the song that we gonna sing for you today is called my African dream couldn't be more perfect for today because
  • It expresses hopes and dreams and our dream is to let children around the world know that just because you're born in poverty
  • It doesn't mean that you are poverty
  • All right, well that's pretty exciting
  • You've come all the way from South Africa and you are now on the biggest talent stage in the world
  • So I can't wait to hear what it is you do. Thank you
  • The trees that she can tell
  • Gabrielle
  • From the second you walked out. I think this whole place was rooting for you and you did not disappoint
  • You showcased the beauty that you represent and you are giving so much hope I can't thank you enough
  • Thank you
  • To feel your authenticity and joy just coming through
  • I felt like you transported us to where you're from and it was so beautiful so magical well then. Thank you
  • There's nothing more exciting than when
  • people come from far away to this stage and you bring your culture and you bring your life and share your talent and
  • Everything you did from how you're dressed. I mean, I love the color and I love the sound. I really do
  • You know, we've always been waiting for a choir like this something we'd never heard before and
  • Your energy was just literally bouncing off me right there. Yeah
  • It was a great audition and you I'm gonna remember well done
  • Thousand times yes for me
  • I'm gonna say yes
  • To all the kids in South Africa in Africa everyone that has the dream
  • I am Simona and I am Lorenzo and we are the creators of indigo foods for reality
  • All over the world. Everyone is sitting on fears phobias like
  • Arachnophobia, they were flying few fights
  • They get up they go to work, but they are living a life that stops them from achieving their
  • potential
  • We developed visual reality technology and with these two people
  • Discover that they are capable of things that they have never imagined
  • This is our opportunity to share this potential with antiwar
  • What's your name? My name is Simona and my name is Lorenzo. Were you from Rome Italy?
  • And what do you guys do in Rome? We are psychologists and we love technology
  • So we wanted to find a way to put technology and psychology together
  • So we created this virtual reality software for the mental health. I
  • Love that. I don't know if you know you're talking to but in this country
  • I've put a lot of psychologists into a whole new tax bracket
  • So why AGT we often say when a person overcomes phobias that person is actually
  • Fine being its own talent. So our talent is to help others unlock in their talents
  • Wow
  • So I would like to invite you a stage
  • So we are going to put you in a virtual situation where you're going to find out that you're capable of things
  • You didn't know you could do
  • Come with me all right
  • You found my first rope, yeah
  • First of all, we are going to take off our shoes together the green okay, okay
  • So come with me, all right, don't be scared just trust me too late
  • So do you prefer to put on the headset by yourself? Yeah, okay like a big boy
  • Yeah, put it on okay Oh, what do you see I'm not in a fun place I
  • See somebody in more trouble than me and the bird and I'm in a canyon and I don't I'm you know
  • I don't know if I told you this heights is one of my phobias. Yes
  • That's why you are here with a saloon
  • Now
  • Working on the ropes. Your aim is to save that person whose life is in danger
  • All right. Are you ready?
  • Where you place your feet I'm trying to but I don't I don't I don't oh my gosh just a little bit
  • Oh, he's okay. Okay, you can go he can't I can't yeah. Yeah, you can do it. I can't
  • Do the first step together and then you'll be able to go on by yourself. Yeah
  • Okay, can't he come and save me?
  • Okay
  • Can I crawl another don't do like this
  • Scared what do I do now? Robbie's army
  • You have to save him what Robbie's army helped to save rabbits armed army. I'd be hard
  • I don't touch people's hands
  • He's gonna fold can't I just go and save myself Fushimi me
  • Oh
  • Howie how do you feel right now? I feel like a hero
  • I'll be honest with you. I was terrified and I was trying to think all know this is pretend this is virtual reality
  • but the virtual kept going away and it was really my reality and I've never seen something that is so
  • Enveloping and I'm a proponent of mental health and removing the stigma
  • Awesome watching how we overcome his fears. I was on the edge of my seat. It was exhilarating amazing job. Thank you. Thank you
  • That was deaf, I've never actually seen before and honestly that was so much fun. I think people are gonna love this
  • So, thank you for coming
  • What was cool about this is that we actually saw what you were saying wishes normally yeah, yeah
  • It's amazing and it is entertaining plus it was even better seeing how I looked silly
  • It was different I liked it what up. So let's vote. Go ahead Simon. I'm gonna say yes
  • Absolutely
  • To it was fantastic and for me alone
  • Knightley's, he's the most important I
  • Start with him. He's my best friend. FICO 9 year old border. Collie. My name is Lukas
  • I'm 22 years old and we are here to perform
  • canine freestyle
  • And where did you two meet when I was a child my dad and all of the family wanted a dog at home
  • so we met all the puppies and
  • FICO was peeing on my dad's leg and I thought it was funny
  • We should take him and was the start of a great friendship
  • I'm Lucas. I'm 22 years old and this is my best friend FICO
  • When I was a child if I was afraid of dogs, they terrified me and say no never ever will
  • I accept a dog in our family when I was 14 my worst nightmare got a reality
  • My family told me that we will get it done
  • At first I didn't want to be his friend
  • But eventually I just looked at his eyes and he was the first dog who won me over
  • Look at his face. How could I not love him?
  • So it started to do some tricks with him between every day if I could get better and better
  • He really knows that he is a star
  • In the last nine years, we've danced so much together and we grow together
  • He's a really really special dog for me. I can't explain how much feelings I have for him
  • How is everything I have but now he gets a little bit older after America's Got Talent my cool
  • Watauga
  • Makes me sad. I can't imagine doing this with anyone else
  • All right Lucas about Opie guys come with me, but he really really deserved this last experience
  • So we came to America's Got Talent
  • One of the biggest stages of the world because I wanted to give him a really really good bang at the end of his career
  • Falco the stage is yours. Thank you
  • He's like a little puppies beautiful I can't wait
  • Gabrielle, what did you think that was? Absolutely awesome? I have five dogs at home and knowing how much work goes into training dog
  • Just to do basic obedience and he's doing all kinds of tricks. I
  • Love you. I love Falco great job. Great. Thank you
  • Made it exciting. I thought the music was good. It was like boot-scootin doggy
  • It was amazing, I thought it was fun. I thought it was energetic
  • He doesn't even hear the comments
  • He has amazing
  • Personality but also importantly so do you because both have got to work? I think this is the best of happen to have this year
  • Okay, let's go how are you sore No, yes, that's one
  • I can tell how much this means to you. Calcio. You've got four yeses
  • Good luck trying. Oh
  • What's his name?
  • You need okay? Listen, let's go out there and show them what you got high five. All right, give it to
  • All right, what's your name Iman Iman
  • Yeah, where are you from? Um from Northport Florida, right? I yeah, and how old are you? I'm 10 you're 10
  • Yeah, ah
  • So nervous. Are you here with your parents? Uh, yeah. I'm here with my parents and my brothers and your brothers
  • Are you the only girl on your family? Yeah. Oh, so you're the angel
  • Sorry the devil
  • And what do your parents do well my dad owns an ice cream factory
  • Best job ever. Yeah, do you get to go in there and pick all your favorite flavors? Yeah. What's your favorite flavor?
  • salted caramel coffee and chocolate chip mint
  • Literally my favorites were on a good start
  • Okay, let's see what you got
  • How do you feel about performing in front of julianne, hough
  • It's it's gonna be incredible but I just feel like she's gonna you know, critique my technique
  • So I'm just a little bit stressed about that. My name's Ben trigger. I'm 25. I'm a travel agent from Australia and tonight
  • I'm gonna be dancing on America's Got Talent. So do they explain you that you're gonna carry a microphone I would
  • Like, thank you
  • Growing up my life completely revolved around dancing when I was 12
  • I was fortunate enough to get into one of the most competitive dance schools in Australia
  • but the dance world has such a
  • Structured look of what you should be in
  • Being a gay fat dancer. Wasn't that I
  • Actually had a ballet teacher who wouldn't refer to me by my name she'd called me plum boy
  • My mom tried to pull me out of that dance school so many times when I kept fighting it because I knew that I needed
  • To be there to become the dancer that I wanted to become this second
  • I graduated started going to auditions and they'd line you up and they wouldn't even see me dance and I just be cut
  • But you know didn't deter me I finally got one and I was over the moon
  • I knew that I wanted to push myself to prove why I was here
  • so I went full throttle and did everything that I could and I
  • severely dissipated my left knee I
  • Was told by the doctors that I couldn't dance the at least three years
  • So I had to move back in with mom and dad and started working at a dead-end job, and I've been doing that
  • seven years
  • But I always you the dance was what I was born to do
  • So here I am on America's Got Talent
  • this is literally the one thing that can get my career back on track and
  • I'm really excited from front of Julianne to have one of the biggest names in dancing. Give me approval it would mean the world
  • I'm with you brother. All right. All right, go get them go girl
  • I mean to prove to the people that didn't believe in me in the police
  • Hello tell me who you are, please. My name is Penn trigger. Is that your real name? That is my real name
  • I weigh you from Ben trigger. I'm from Brisbane, Australia
  • And tell me why America's Got Talent
  • America's Got Talent is it's really my second chance to fulfill my dream of dancing when I was 18. I
  • dislocated my knee very badly and then
  • So if you hadn't dislocated your knee what were you going to try and do I wanted to be on Broadway as a dancer?
  • Yeah, right
  • Come on I love a barefoot dancer
  • And see us, not you
  • Okay Wow
  • Juliet what do you think when I asked why you didn't have shoes on I didn't realize what was to come. Whoa
  • But you actually have some serious moves I
  • Guess work with your mama gave you
  • You gave us a whole show you came to slay and I am deceit
  • I have to say in all the time that I've been here. This is my favorite golden buzzer moment
  • You know, I feel like today
  • I feel like I've eaten the craziest milkshake in the world with everything mixed up with you at the top
  • Thank you, but you know what you are
  • hilarious
  • Howie without the golden buzzer, yes or no without the golden buzzer say yes
  • Ben trigger guess what neither fo yeses
  • Okay, babe, we got to be clear that golden buzzer did not count
  • No, but I got to give you all the props in the world. That was an amazing performance my man
  • They say the only guarantees in life are death and taxes
  • But if you walk around all summer in a thick black cloak thigh chafing is also gonna happen
  • Anyone who says you can't cheat death hasn't met my ex-girlfriend
  • Good show it's good
  • I've been dating recently. It's tough. I get ghosted a lot
  • To tell a relatable dating anecdote now
  • Have you ever been on a date and it's going well and you go back to her place and
  • Then you remember you have to kill her cat

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Watch all the amazing auditions (WEEK 5) on America's Got Talent 2019 (AGT). What did you think of the best performances?? Let us know in the comments below...

Featuring:

▶︎ Verba Shadow

▶︎ Izzy and Easton

▶︎ Nick & Lindsay

▶︎ Lamont Landers

▶︎ The Ndlovu Youth Choir

▶︎ IDEGO Virtual Reality

▶︎ Lukas and his cute dog Falco

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