'AGT' Season 17: Fans say MPLUSPLUS should perform with Coldplay, call it 'one of the best light shows'
With a performance that was 12 years in the making, MPLUSPLUS impressed the judges and fans
Season 17 of 'America's Got Talent' has seen some pretty impressive acts so far. When it comes to showcasing unique skills, each participant seems to be determined to push the envelope. With acts combining technology and talent, the season has a lot to offer!
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As MPLUSPLUS geared up to take on the stage, they explained that their led ribbon act was one that was never seen before. With the technology being 12 years in the making, the group was made up of engineers and performers, all of whom were ready to show the world what they could do. MPLUSPLUS put up a mesmerizing light act, that had the judges amazed. Although the group was worried about impressing Simon Cowell, he was the first to point out that their act was 'very original'. Sofia noted that she left like she was 'in a trance', with Heidi and Howie echoing the exact same sentiment. The judges gave the group four yeses, allowing them to advance forward. Fans were just as impressed and took to Twitter to talk about the same.
"@coldplay needs to take those LED ribbon peeps on the road as backup dancers! @AGT #agt @nbc" tweeted a fan. "One of the best light shows that’s been on #agt!" said a fan. "This has the potential to go down as the greatest audition episode of all time #AGT" added another. "❤😍😍👏😯 #AGT Loved their performance I do have a feeling they can win this show and then get a Vegas show. They can get AGT 2013 winner Kenichi fanbase to get them the win since he's Japanese like them." wrote a fan.
This has the potential to go down as the greatest audition episode of all time #AGT— AGTCommenter (@AGTCommenter) June 29, 2022
❤😍😍👏😯 #AGT Loved their performance I do have a feeling they can win this show and then get a Vegas show. They can get AGT 2013 winner Kenichi fanbase to get them the win since he's Japanese like them.— JP Canlapan (@pierrejan95) June 29, 2022
'America's Got Talent' Season airs on Tuesdays at 8 pm on NBC. For viewers who wish to tune in to the show without cable, they can do so using any of the following streaming services: Sling TV, fuboTV, Hulu With Live TV, AT&T TV or YouTube TV.
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