Canadian Girl Group GFORCE Impress ‘AGT’ Judges With Their ‘Fearless’ Performance

Toronto-based girl group GFORCE may be small in stature, but they made a big impression on the “America’s Got Talent” stage.

The tweens — who range in age from 10 to 13 — delivered a lively pop performance for Tuesday’s show, featuring crisp choreography and a cute premise that began with the members getting a manicure in a neon-lit nail salon.

The judges were impressed by what they saw onstage, particularly Howie Mandel and Gabrielle Union, who both loved the girl-power message coming from the five-member group.

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Meanwhile, Julianne Hough praised the group’s polished act, and while Simon Cowell admitted he wasn’t a fan of the poppy song they sang, he praised their performance as “fearless.”

For more from these talented Toronto tweens, check out their previous “AGT” performances:

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