Tanzanian acrobats show ecstasies at Australia’s Got Talent show

Ibrahim and Fadi ‘the Ramadhani brothers’

Astounding acrobats, soulful singing and a distinctive Tanzanian dancer captivated judges David Walliams, Kate Ritchie, Alesha Dixon and Shane Jacobson at Australia’s Got Talent (AGT) show.

Tanzanian acrobats, Ibrahim and Fadi ‘the Ramadhani brothers’ took to the AGT stage and walked away with a coveted Golden Buzzer from Kate as well as a fast-tracked place in the Semi-Finals.

Their electrifying display of strength and balance kept the judges on the edge of their seats with Kate saying: “I can’t even string a sentence together because I’ve never seen anything like it ever in my life. That was just absolutely incredible to the point I almost want to cry.”

When a dancing pole showed up on the stage, the judges didn’t expect to see Allan Reinikka: a 61-year-old male pole dancer.

 

Tanzanian acrobats, Ibrahim and Fadi ‘the Ramadhani brothers’ took to the AGT stage and walked away with a coveted Golden Buzzer from Kate as well as a fast-tracked place in the Semi-Finals.

Breaking the norms, Allan said: “Doesn’t matter how old you are, get out and have a go, you will surprise yourself and everybody else with what you can do.”

The exuberant performance ended in four yeses, but not before David stripped off his pants and joined Allan on stage for a spin on the pole.

Ramadhani brothers in a souvenir photo with AGT Judge

A melodious performance of Alesha Keys’ If I Ain’t Got You by11-year-old Sienna Kaitlyn, featuring her dad on guitar, received a standing ovation from the judges and four yeses as Kate called her audition “beautiful” while Shane declared: “You were made to do this.”

The article was firstly published at TV Black Box


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