'America's Got Talent' Season 17: Fans get the chills as Jojo and Bri takes the stage
Jojo and Bri, a singing duet, made an intriguing debut on Season 17 of 'America's Got Talent,' and gave an excellent performance. In the second episode of the competition, which aired on Tuesday, June 7, 2022, at 8 pm ET on NBC, the beloved uncle-niece duo stunned the judges and the live audience with their singing abilities.
Jojo was part of Resound, a singing trio, who made their impact on 'America's Got Talent' two years ago with their humble personality and big vocals. The Richmond, Virginia citizens advanced to the live performances after playing 'What the World Needs Now Is Love' during their audition, but were eliminated in the quarterfinals. Jojo, the group's male vocalist, has re-entered the NBC reality TV show with the support of his little niece, Bri. The uncle and niece team competes against the other contestants to become the first singing duet to win 'AGT.'
The uncle and niece reveal to host Terry Crews in the second episode of Season 17 that they've been "singing online" for quite a while, and that this is their "first time singing live in front of an audience." Jojo confesses that the most important thing he learned from his first appearance on the program was "not to give up" in front of judges Sofia Vergara, Heidi Klum, Howie Mandel, and Simon Cowell. Bri expresses her excitement and nervousness about playing on the big platform, adding, “My dream is to make the world smile and make the world a better place.” Bri says she'd like to "give back to charity" with the million dollars once she wins.
Jojo encourages his niece before they commence their performance of Marvin Gaye's "Ain't No Mountain High Enough." As they hop about the stage, full of energy, passion, and happiness, the duet is flawless. Soon, the audience members are on their feet and dancing along with them.
At the judges' table, Sofia reflects on how Jojo and Bri seem to have "been doing this forever," while Heidi remarks on how they "look perfect together and sound even better." "That to me was the definition of joy and magic," Simon says. And Howie concludes the criticisms by saying, "You're going to be remembered." Jojo and Bri easily get four "yes" votes, putting them in the Judge Cuts round. The performance astounded both the judges and the viewers at home, who went to social media to applaud the duo. Complimenting on their vocals, one fan wrote: "JoJo & Bri gave me the chills! Their vocal harmony was spectacular! #AGT"
JoJo & Bri gave me the chills! Their vocal harmony was spectacular! #AGT— Jacob Elyachar (@JacobElyachar) June 8, 2022
Another fan shared how they got chills after the performance. They wrote: "JoJo and Bri were amazing! I literally got chills. Their vocals are truly amazing and they’re incredibly talented @AGT #AGT". An OG fan pointed out how they could recognize Jojo from his time earlier on the show. They tweeted: "Jojo and Bri were amazing and I remember Jojo from Resound in season 15 too #AGT"
Jojo and Bri were amazing and I remember Jojo from Resound in season 15 too #AGT— Chanel Cook (@ccgamergirl94) June 8, 2022
One fan felt they uncle-niece pair brighten up the stage with their incredible performance, as they wrote: "WOW, JoJo & Bri are PHENOMENAL!! Both their voices are just Amazing of course and Bri is just adorable & her voice & personality just brighten the entire stage! Definitely a Golden Buzzer Duo! WOW! Cannot wait to hear MORE from them!! #AGT #AGTauditions #AmericasGotTalent"
WOW, JoJo & Bri are PHENOMENAL!! Both their voices are just Amazing of course and Bri is just adorable & her voice & personality just brighten the entire stage! Definitely a Golden Buzzer Duo!🤩🤩 WOW! 😍 Cannot wait to hear MORE from them!!#AGT#AGTauditions#AmericasGotTalent— Memej🙋🏿♀️ (@Memej99) June 8, 2022
NBC's 'America's Got Talent' Season 17 airs on Tuesdays at 8 pm. Viewers without cable may watch the episode on any of the following streaming services: Hulu With Live TV, Sling TV, fuboTV, AT&T TV, or YouTube TV.
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