Mesmerizing Dance Group Perform Optical Illusion Routine On AGT
Dance has to be the most difficult art form to pull off correctly. Not only does an individual have to be skilled in the art of movement, but when others are added it gets significantly tougher. Timing and the ability to rely on others are crucial to success. But when dance is done right, and everyone does their job, it is beautiful.
That was what happened when the dance group Murmuration returned to the America’s Got Talent stage. Dozens make up the group, but they used their large numbers to stunning effect and pulled off a stunning routine.
In a clip posted on YouTube, their routine begins with a darkened stage. One man, dressed in white, stands above the rest of the members, who form several rows beneath him. He is essentially a conductor as he shifts his hands and arms, directing the other members how and when to move.
The rapid speed at which their arms and bodies move is mesmerizing. It’s hard to look away as the group is doing their thing. They use their arms and body to form shapes in quick, rapid-fire succession.
Once you think they have done everything they could have possibly done, they step it up another level. Near the end of the performance, they start using their hands and bodies to spell words and form shapes.
It was unlike anything you’re likely to see on a talent show.
The judges all wholeheartedly agreed. Simon Cowell said their routine was head and shoulders above most other acts.
“I’m going to be honest with you, this was in a different league to anything we’ve seen so far, honestly,” Simon said. “And I know we all have different tastes, you know, we all like different things, but honestly, I think everybody watching at home is just going to be thinking what I’m thinking, or we’re thinking. It was perfection.”
Psalm 149:3 “Let them praise his name in the dance: let them sing praises to him with tambourine and harp.”
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