'America's Got Talent' season 14: Dupla O Tempo shows us that age is no barrier when it comes to achieving dreams

Prior to Tuesday night's performance, the series has shared a sneak peek of what we can expect from Dupla O Tempo, the enigmatic duo of hand balancers.


                            'America's Got Talent' season 14: Dupla O Tempo shows us that age is no barrier when it comes to achieving dreams

'America's Got Talent' season 14 is on a roll with its Judge Cuts, and this week the series returns for its third round with a whole new set of acts hoping to make it all the way to the live shows. 

But sadly out of all the acts that perform on Tuesday, only seven will be able to move on to the live shows, with the rest being sent home. Joining the judging panel of Simon Cowell, Howie Mandel, Julianne Hough, and Gabrielle Union will be guest judge Ellie Kemper of  'Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt' fame. One lucky act that impresses Kemper the most will stand a chance of winning the Golden Buzzer and move directly to the live shows and avoid the tough selection process. 



 

 

Prior to Tuesday night's performance, the series shared a sneak peek of what we can expect from Dupla O Tempo. 84-year-old Leon Schlosser and 55-year-old Edson Silva from Brazil impressed the judges and audience with their audition performance. The acrobats proved that age is no barrier to achieve and make your dreams come true. 

Back again this week for the Judge Cuts, Schlosser dressed as Carl Fredricksen from the movie 'Up' and Silva dressed up as Russell, the boy scout from the same movie. 

In the teaser, we can see Schlosser balancing Silva on his knees without any support and carrying him with one hand around the stage. The stunts the duo performed were quite dangerous, and for someone, their age to have a steady balance and not shake makes them really strong and proves they would have practiced really hard to make sure they pull it off. 

Schlosser dressed as Carl Fredricksen from the movie 'Up' and Silva dressed up as Russell (Photo by: Trae Patton/NBC) 

The judges were impressed with their performance, and to see Schlosser keeping his knees erect while balancing Silva only using one arm was truly remarkable. Kemper was shocked looking at their performance. But sadly we do not get to see what the judges had to say about the duo's performance or if their act was the one that received Kemper's Golden Buzzer. 

What we do know, is that there a lot of exciting performances lined up for us on Tuesday night and we can't wait to see who wins the Golden Buzzer and if it will be an emotional one like last week's V. Unbeatable. 

'America's Got Talent' season 14 airs every Tuesday night on NBC. Check your local listings for more information. 

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