America’s Got Talent Audition: Fusion Japan Delivers High Flying Thrills

America's Got Talent Fusion Japan
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It’s a supergroup of dance crews auditioning for America’s Got Talent season 17.

Fusion Japan is a Japanese dance crew comprised of the Fabulous Sisters from Britain’s Got Talent, World of Dance Season 2 Top 12, and Asia’s Got Talent plus Kyushudanji.

The group’s Japanese interpreter explains that the two groups were always rivals, and sometimes the boys would win and at other times the girls for many years. Both groups insist, however, that they are equally talented. 

During the introduction judges Simon Cowell and Sofia Vergara do a funny bit where Simon explains everything to her as if she doesn’t understand it–even though the interpreter is describing things very clearly.

The act is a mixture of tumbling, hip-hop moves and incredible physical feats. The guys do most of the tumbling and acrobatics, while the girls move gracefully around the stage. At one point, the girls resemble ninja warriors, their timing impeccable. 

Host Terry Crews exclaims that the act was one of the “best things I’ve seen in my life!” He’s being hyperbolic, of course. Nevertheless, the group delivers an impeccable performance.

AGT fans will have to wait until Tuesday’s (June 14) audition show to find out what the judges–Simon Cowell, Sofia Vergara, Heidi Klum and Howie Mandel think of Fusion Japan. It’s safe to assume that the group received four yeses and advanced to the next round.

America’s Got Talent airs on NBC Tuesdays at 8 pm ET/PT. Wednesday shows begin in August.

Watch Fusion Japan’s impressive dance routine below


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