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We may be experiencing a global pandemic and an increasingly chaotic presidential race, but there is one thing we can count on: America has talent will continue to be broadcast. That’s right, even a nationwide lockdown can’t stop the juggernaut that is this long-running reality competition – and in last night’s episode, one performance stood out.
WAFFLE are a dance team from the Bronx Metro who received the Golden Buzzer from Judge Simon Cowell during their audition, propelling them to the quarterfinals. Viewers were finally able to catch up with the dancers this week as they showcased their skills and made a compelling case to get them to the semi-finals.
Their performance was preceded by an emotionally overworked introduction in which the group explained how much this opportunity means to them, especially amid the national upheaval of COVID-19 and Black Lives Matter, and frankly, the fingerprints of an operating reality The heavy hands of the television producer can be seen all over this segment. But it’s not the dancers’ fault; they play the game they need to win. And as their performance later illustrates, they play hard.
On a deserted soundstage that looks too much like the ghost town New York City became during the lockdown, WAFFLE erupted from a march to “Party Up (Up In Here)” by DMX. What followed was a dazzling display of strength and athleticism, not to mention some jaw-dropping double-joint stunts, aided by expert camera work that followed the team through the street of fax machines and a replica of a metro car.
One of the hurdles this season has been capturing the energy of a performance for home viewers without a live audience, and in that WAFFLE has succeeded.
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“To me it sounded like an old Hollywood musical, but just done in a modern way,” Judge Heidi Klum said, while Sofia Vergara called their act “the coolest thing I’ve seen in a long time. “. And Howie Mandel said Simon Cowell, who was absent due to injury, was “absolutely right” to give the crew a place in the quarter-finals, and praised them for their energy and passion as well. as their dance moves.
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