Brobots And Mandroidz Nails Dance Number On America’s Got Talent Except For Howie Mandel

By Shawn Rice

Brobots and Mandroidz pulled off another fantastic dance number on America’s Got Talent. However, one of the judges was not particularly impressed with their dance routine.

Howie Mandel commented how all the audience and judges are standing. Nonetheless, Howie was not impressed with the dance number. Mel B said that there was so many wows. She said how they move is on fire. Mel B commented that she needs to find a man who can move like that.

Heidi Klum loved their energy and that they rehearsed plenty. She said that they were really good. Simon Cowell commented how it is difficult about how their parents and school are raising concerns while they are pursuing fame and fortune. Simon thought this was a step up.

Brobots and Mandroidz were founded in 2012 by Adam Burt. Based out of Torrance, California, the crew was formed to allow talented young men from all over Southern California an opportunity to dance with one another. Composed of high school and college students, the crew aims to not only excel in dance but to complete their varying levels of education. They have competed and won several competitions across the country, including taking home silver and bronze medals at Hip Hop International, one of the most esteemed hip-hop dance competitions in the world.

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America’s Got Talent Social Media Reactions

Phenomenal work, @BAMDance! #AGT @AGT

— Ryan Bartholomee (@RyanBartholomee) August 23, 2017

@BAMDance was simple, sloppy, and unimpressive. Send ’em home. #AGT

— Jeffry Cole (@slappy_pappy_21) August 23, 2017

Phenomenal work, @BAMDance! #AGT @AGT

— Ryan Bartholomee (@RyanBartholomee) August 23, 2017

How do you start out an episode of #AGT? With an awesome dance number featuring @BAMDance! Fantastic routine and light show!

— Daniel Ferguson (@DanielJFerguson) August 23, 2017

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