“Fighting Gravity” Puts Up A Stellar Show At “America’s Got Talent”

June 9th, 2010 - 5:13 pm ICT by GD  

By Ranjan Bhaduri
Fighting Gravity Dancing in the dark yet coming out with perfect steps- that is exactly what “America’s Got Talent” witnessed as fraternity brothers group “Fighting Gravity” put up a stellar show at the Tuesday Auditions.

When asked about the secret to their unique talent, they said that they have never attended any professional dance lessons. When these college students performed in the dark it was impossible to believe that these boys are untrained.

In short, they don’t dance, they float! Nick Cannon, host of “America’s Got Talent” asked the audience to make sure that no lights should be on in the building when “Fighting Gravity” hits the stage. The group started off with a man clad in his vest placed right at the top of three other men who were dressed in white.

For the next few minutes all that the audience and the judges could see was the dancers floating in the dark with green balls which appeared to be chains that linked them to one another.

Each of the dancers of “Fighting Gravity” were wearing their trademark glow in the dark hoodies which added to their mysterious performance. As a matter of fact, the performance was so engrossing that the audience couldn’t take their eyes off from the stage even for a single minute.

At the end if the performance, it was yells and cheers from the studio audience. Judge Howie Mandel jokingly asked the boys “Was this an engineering project?”

The unsparing Piers Morgan was also moved by this unique and super cool performance and congratulated “Fighting Gravity” and wished them good luck in the future.

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