‘Fusion Japan Has Been Robbed,’ Say ‘AGT’ Fans After Dance Group Fails to Claim Second Place

PASADENA, CALIFORNIA: With dreams of being crowned the best dance group in the world, Japan’s leading dance troupe Fusion Japan decided to show off their talents on the “America’s Got Talent” stage. The dance troupe made up of two rival bands that merged and specialized in jazz and break-dancing genres. After putting on a spectacular show for their auditions, the group was determined to raise the bar for their semi-final performance.

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Thus, the group added more acrobatics and complicated dance moves in their act. Fans and judges of “AGT” adored the dance performance. So when host Terry Crews announced that Fusion Japan had failed to crack the Top 2, fans were shocked. Many fans struggled to accept the talented group of dancers returning home, as country music group Chapel Hart and magician Yu Hojin moved on to the next round.

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Fusion Japan Dance Troupe on ‘America’s Got Talent’ (NBC)

One fan tweeted, “Fusion Japan got robbed #AGT.” Another fan wrote, “Fusion Japan was easily a top 3 band last night. Easily. Still in shock. #AGT.” “Fusion Japan should TOTALLY be here!! #AGT,” one fan commented.

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Fusion Japan in 'AGT' Season 17 (Instagram/FusionJapan)
Fusion Japan in ‘AGT’ Season 17 (Instagram)

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Another fan shared, “Noo noo noo Fusion Japan must be a wild card too, they got screwed. That performance last night was FIRE. @AGT #wildcard #AGT.” “Clearly I have VERY different tastes than the rest of America because IMO Fusion Japan and Wyn should be in the top 5 of this group. #AGT @AGT,” said another fan. “[email protected] #AGT Can’t believe Fusion Japan has gone home,” a fan added.

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Season 17 of “America’s Got Talent” airs Tuesdays at 8 p.m. on NBC, followed by the results to air Wednesday nights between 8 and 9 p.m. ET/PT. For viewers who wish to tune in to the show without cable, they can do so using one of the following streaming services: Sling TV, fuboTV, Hulu With Live TV, AT&T TV, or YouTube TV.

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