'America's Got Talent' on NBC: Who are the Cline twins? Duo does synchronized hockey with MAD skills
'America's Got Talent 2022' (AGT Season 17) marks the return of NBC's most popular talent show competition. The Cline Twins from Waterloo - Carson and Connor - will be one of the chief attractions of the fourth round of auditions.
During the audition stage, all competitors will demonstrate their incredible skills to wow the judges. Their acts may include illusions, magic, comedy, acrobatics, dance, and singing, among other things. The judges may opt to progress the act to the live performances, eliminate it, or grant it a Golden Buzzer after seeing it. Terry Crews hosts and presents 'AGT' 2022, which is judged by Howie Mandel, Heidi Klum, Sofia Vergara, and Simon Cowell.
Who are The Cline Twins?
Carson Cline and Connor Cline began using social media in 2014 and have since generated several viral videos on YouTube, TikTok, and Instagram. They appeared on 'The Ellen Show' in February 2019. As the audience looked on, the lads could be seen spinning and tapping their sticks to Vanilla Ice. Connor and Carson were selected from the crowd for a recurring feature called 'Hidden Audience Talent.' The pair of then-13-year-olds were given mini-sticks and pucks before amazing the audience with their hockey wizardry. Their appearance on 'Ellen' demonstrates that practice makes perfect. The brothers, who were dressed identically and wore similar yellow shoes, did not drop a single puck while performing to 'Ice Ice Baby.' Degeneres hailed the show as "amazing" and they received a 65-inch HDTV as a reward for their participation.
The duo has an Instagram profile where they can be seen demonstrating their abilities throughout the region and in California. The identical twins from Waterloo, Ontario, have an excellent grasp of coordinated hockey moves, which has won them over 41.4k Instagram followers (the matching attire doesn't hurt, too). There are multiple videos of the duo's incredible synchronized hockey stick and puck spinning and catching skills. It's a cross between hockey and color guard, so to speak. It's the stuff many wish they could do so they could be more popular at parties.
The twins are now ready to appear on Season 17 of 'America's Got Talent.' They have been honing their skills for almost a decade and are now expanding to include not only videos but also a clothing line where they can spread their message of "be different and stay determined." You should not limit yourself in any way - that's their rule.
To watch the Ontario twins perform again on national television, tune in to NBC on Tuesday, June 21 at 8 pm for the latest episode of 'America's Got Talent' Season 17.