Dwyane Wade gave one act the best gift on Tuesday’s episode of “America’s Got Talent”.
An astounding troupe of acrobatic dancers from Mumbai, India, hit the stage for the Judge Cuts round. V. Unbeatable were vying for one of seven spots in the competition and made the most of their opportunity.
The group dedicated their performance to a fellow dancer named Vikas. The boy dedicated his life to acrobatic dancing but suffered an accident that left him paralyzed and he later died.
V. Unbeatable put on an exhilarating performance: throwing one another through the air, forming pyramids, and soaring through the sky. They concluded their presentation with two incredible feats. First, a small boy on the team was flung from behind the judges’ table all the way to the stage. He was then hurled into the sky and landed on a lawn chair propped mid-air.
“Do you know what these guys reminded me about? That actually, we have the best job in the world,” Simon Cowell told the group. “These are times I believe where we probably need each other. Trust me, we need you and I hope we can do something in return for you.”
“My heart is beating at a rapid pace that I haven’t felt before,” said Wade. “I know the practice time and sacrifice it takes. I had this saying that whenever I hit a big shot, I hit a game winner, whenever it was one of those moments, I jumped up on the stand and I said, ‘This is my house.’ Today, on this stage, this is y’all house,” Wayne said before slamming the Golden Buzzer.
V. Unbeatable will now make it through to the finals; only six acts will join them.