The acrobatic duo Sergey and Sasha once again took the audition stage of America’s Got Talent (AGT) Season 13.
During its sixth audition, the father-daughter acrobatic tandem performed a daring act that made celebrity judges Simon Cowell, supermodel Heidi Klum, Spice Girls’ former member Mel B, and TV host Howie Mendel give their much coveted “Yes”.
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In case you’re not aware, the acrobatic duo already appeared on the 10th season of the famous talent competition. Back then radio and television personality Howard Stern still serves as a judge. At that time, the father-daughter team passed the audition but eventually got eliminated before the Judges Cuts.
This time around, Sergey and Sasha did not fail to stun the audience and judges once more with their head-spinning acrobatic exhibition. For the finale performance, Sergey climbed up a ladder and balanced Sasha in an up-and-down manner all while twirling a baton using her feet.
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Soon after the performance, the judges expressed their opinions towards it. Mel B and Heidi Klum pointed out how they were blown away by the breathtaking act while Simon Cowell commented on Sasha’s personality.
“Both of you and particularly Sasha have got so much personality. And no question of doubt, the following day people are going to walk up to you in grocery stores and say, ‘Yeah, I saw you on America’s Got Talent.’ It’s gonna happen, I can feel it.”
On the other hand, Howie Mendel told them that he felt scared while watching it.
“I mean this in a positive way: That was so scary and so dangerous. I would imagine when you started and she was six years old it was easier. And it’s just getting tougher and tougher and tougher.”
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Watch the entire performance below: