'America's Got Talent': Who are Yohann Trépanier and Raphaël Dubé of Les Beaux Frères
French Canadian circus performers rock the 'AGT' stage with their quirky and risqué performance.
Keith Apicary from the premiere night of 'America's Got Talent' Season 16 last week was one of the performers who was touted as a red buzzer act till the time he went on stage and shocked everyone with his crazy '80s inspired dance moves. 'AGT' is continuing with the tradition with another act called Les Beaux Frères, a French Canadian duo who are experts at performing circus acts. They performed an act using a serviette (napkin) as a prop and before you get any hints, there's a video of their performance from the show which was released early.
The Les Beaux Frères boys shocked the judges as they appeared on stage wearing nothing but towels to protect their modesty. The duo then danced around, using the entirety of the stage, belting out their hilarious dance moves including some ballet hops and leaps. This while trying to keep their privates covered from the judges and the audiences but host Terry Crews who was always positioned in the wings during the performances probably caught the complete act! Here's more about the duo and what the audiences and the judges - Howie Mandel, Sofia Vergara, Heidi Klum, and Simon Cowell think about them.
Who are Yohann Trépanier and Raphaël Dubé of Les Beaux Frères
Performers Yohann Trépanier and Raphaël Dubé form Les Beaux Frères who are on the performance lineup of 'AGT' Season 16 Episode 2 that airs on June 8, 2021. Apart from performing, Trépanier is also the artistic director for the group and Dubé also doubles up as the technical director. According to their bio on their website, the Les Beaux Frères guys are popular across North America, Europe, Asia, and Latin America.
They received their training from National Circus School in Montréal and later attended the Circus School of Québec to fine-tune their craft and their time at the institution elevated their performance technique to an international caliber and has also contributed to their versatility in circus arts and the style and energy that they bring to the stage. The Les Beaux Frères duo has been a part of a number of big productions including Cirque du Soleil, Cirque Éloize, and the 7 doigts de la main. Click on the video below to watch their performance before their debut on 'AGT'.