“Very nice Double Dutch from Waffles. I don’t know if this can win the contest. #AGT” tweeted one fan.
All the contestants are bringing their A game
Considering that, for the contestants taking to the stage of ‘America’s Got Talent’ this season, their eyes are definitely on the prize. That everyone looks forward to the chance to headline a show in Las Vegas as well as receive a $1 million cash prize. And all these contestants are coming with their A game.
The show has seen some phenomenal group performances across the board
So far, the show has seen some phenomenal group performances from across the board. Such as The Mays, Chapel Heart and MPplusPlus, all of whom put on unparalleled performances showcasing their talents in music and dance. Now, Waffle was all set to hit the stage showcasing her Double Dutch skills.
Waffles, a double Dutch crew from Tokyo, Japan
Waffles, a Double Dutch crew from Tokyo, Japan, took to the stage, all ready to show the judges what they were made of. He explained that while he had other day jobs, he was passionate about what he did. The crew came through a jump rope audition for “Let’s Groove” by Earth, Wind & Fire. The audience became excited for the group’s performance. Simon Cowell was all praise for the performance. He said he liked it. Sofia Vergara and Heidi Klum followed suit. Given that they loved and enjoyed the performance just as much.
However, when it came to fans online, they were torn at the group’s actions. Sofia Vergara tweeted, “Obsessed with her energy, her outfit, music, jump roping, everything! This is incredible! #AGT @watch_waffle”. “This dance group is tight! #AGT” added one fan. “I think it’s fun??? But it’s not feeling. #AGT” said another. “Very nice Double Dutch from Waffles. I don’t know if this can win the contest. #AGT” tweeted one fan.
‘America’s Got Talent’ airs Tuesdays at 8 p.m. on NBC
What did you think of Waffle’s performance? Are you curious to see what they bring next to the table? Sound off in the comments below and let us know what you thought of their performance. “America’s Got Talent” airs Tuesdays at 8 p.m. on NBC. For viewers who want to tune into the show without cable. They can do this using any of the following streaming services: Sling TV, FuboTV, Hulu with Live TV, AT&T TV or YouTube TV.