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Dancing in the dark has never looked this good.

Before the incredible dance crew Light Balance took the America's Got Talent stage on Tuesday, the Ukrainian performers were already winning over viewers with their emotional aspirations.

"Dance gave us a hope for a better life here in America," the group's technical director, Mykyta Sukhenko, told the AGT cameras in a pre-taped backstage interview. "If we win this show, we will have an opportunity to change the lives of our families, and bring them to America."

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With their dreams riding on their audition, the dance crew knew they had to put everything they had into their performance, and they didn't disappoint.

With lights brought down to total darkness, one man, decked out in an LED-lined Uncle Sam-inspired suit blinked into existence, and began a psychedelic, beautifully choreographed light show dance number.

He was soon joined by his fellow dancers, all decked out in LED-lit suits as well, for a routine set to a pop-funk-techno medley that began with Bruno Mars' "24k Magic."

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The trippy, high-energy number was unlike anything AGT has seen all season.

"We've seen dances in the dark before, but not this good," judge Heidi Klum marveled after the audition.

"We love what you did, and you should be very proud of yourself and very proud of your troupe," Howie Mandel added.

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While Mel B and Simon Cowell continued to shower Light Balance with effusive praise, calling the number "absolutely brilliant" and "imaginative," their feedback wasn't quite positive enough for host Tyra Banks.

Banks took to the stage to share her own love for the performance, asking the audience, "Wasn't this incredible? Like, crazy good? Like 'blew my mind' good?!"

Banks took it upon herself to personally make sure the Ukrainian dance crew got a shot at winning it all by walking up to the judges' table and slamming the golden buzzer herself -- sending them straight to the live shows.

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"There's no words to explain my feelings," Sukhenko said, choking back tears as golden confetti rained from the rafters. "It's like a dream come true. Thank you everybody!"

This season is shaping up to be one of the most amazing AGTs in years. Check out the video below for a look at some of the other amazing auditions over the last few weeks.

America's Got Talent airs Tuesdays at 8 p.m. ET/PT on NBC.



Tuesday’s performance of America’s Got Talent, Ukrainian dance team ‘Freckled Sky‘ received the Golden Buzzer from judge Howard Stern.

Their performance was breathtaking and inspiring. Freckled Sky consists of dance members Olga Sokolova and Jalen Preston and behind the scenes a whole cast of Ukrainians. 

The duo, both in their 20s, danced in the rain on stage and incorporated light-infused images for their audition in front of the "America's Got Talent" judges and audience. After the two-minute performance was over, judge Howard Stern hit the rarely-used golden buzzer to send the duo to the round of live shows in New York.

"It was spectacular. Spectacular. I gotta tell you, that's the kind of thing I'm looking for," Stern told the duo, whose studio is in River North. Stern invited Freckled Sky producer Val Syganevich to the stage to take a bow.

"He's a genius," Stern said.

"America's Got Talent" airs Tuesdays at 7 p.m. on NBC. The winner of the season-long reality-show competition gets $1 million.

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Kseniya Simonova is a sand artist, winner of «Ukraine’s got talent», announced as Internet-sensation by «The Guardian». She creates beautiful and touching stories with just sand and her hands. She is the most viewed sand artist on Internet. After triumphal win on the show, Kseniya has performed her sand animation shows all over the word in more than 70 countries. She was invited to show her art before Royalty and Presidents, among them are the Royal Family of Thailand, Queen of Denmark, Princess of Denmark, Royal Family of Morocco, Royal Family of Bhutan, members of Royal Family of Great Britain, Royal Family of Bahrain, and also Presidents of Malta, Poland, Ukraine, Russia, Kazakhstan, Turkey and many others. The most respected stages of the world accepted her art — from Special Olympic Games closing ceremony in Athens to YouTube Symphony orchestra Gala in Sydney Opera house.

Her beautiful sand animation became a staging act for Ukraine on Eurovision Song Contest, helping Ukrainian singer Mika Newton in getting 4th place in the Grand Final.

In  she returned to Eurovision with Moldova’s singer Anna Odobescu as a staging director also performing a brand new genre called snow animation for the song «Stay».

In early Simonova took part in «America’s Got Talent: the Champions» season 1 on NBC. At semi-final she received a standing ovation from the judges and the audience. As soon as the performance was over, she got the golden buzzer from host Terry Crews which sent her straight through into the finals of the competition. Her Golden Buzzer performance got million views. Simonova’s performance in the finals, «Love Always Wins,» was highly esteemed by the judges. Simon Cowell called it «one of the most beautiful acts in the history of Got Talent». At the end of the show, she finished in third place.

Later in  Simonova took part in «Britain’s Got Talent» on ITV. In the first episode Simonova received a Golden Buzzer from one of the judges Amanda Holden and got into finals. She finished in third place at the finals.

Her act is the only act who received two Golden Buzzers on two different «The Champions» series of the Got Talent franchise.


Kseniya Simonova, the winner of the first season of Ukraine’s Got Talent, Crimean artist, who paints on the sand, has entered the final of America’s Got Talent: The Champions.

“It is my first time in America, I feel that I present Ukraine here and I want to show that it is a beautiful place with many talents,” Kseniya noted in the promo before her performance.

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Ksenia wrote on her Facebook that initially 50 partakers, the winners or finalists of the talent show from different countries, were selected. Two best participants are chosen during each of five airings: the first is chosen by golden buzzer used by judges or host once in an episode and the second is chosen by closed voting among the viewers. Ten finalists are chosen during five episodes.

On February 4, Kseniya Simonova showed a story of a child, who grew up, became a famous artist and forgot about parents; host Terry Crews pushed the golden buzzer and chose the Ukrainian as the finalist.

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As we reported Ukrainian tennis player Dayana Yastremska won the WTA Thailand Open in Hua Hin.

Besides, Ukrainian swimmer Mykhailo Romanchuk won a gold medal in the m freestyle swimming at the World Championships in Hangzhou, China.

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Light Balance Kids, a techno dance act from Ukraine, earned glowing reviews from the panelists on Tuesday’s “America’s Got Talent.” Especially guest judge Ellie Kemper. (See the full performance below.)

The former star of “The Office” played it coy at first, noting that she was “new” and wondering how she could guarantee the performers’ passage to the live round.

“I just wish there were one surefire way to get you there,” Kemper said. “Oh wait, there is!”

She pushed the Golden Buzzer to send the kids straight to the live stage.

The performers range in age from 11 to 13 and are an offshoot of the Golden-Buzzer-earning Light Balance adult troupe, which performed on “AGT” during Season

“We have a dream to follow in Light Balance’s footsteps,” one member said beforehand.

Because of their mix of choreography and cool illumination effects, the group can now dream even bigger. Here’s their routine from Tuesday:

Ukranian Light Balance Kids SHOCK America and Get GOLDEN BUZZER! - America's Got Talent 2019

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