By Shawn Rice
Just Jerk, a South Korean dance group, brought the audience to its feet during their audition on America’s Got Talent. The group consists of a bunch of guys who will soon serve in the army in their home country and their not sure if they’ll be able to perform together after they serve their time.
The dancers who all wore karate outfits performed some amazing moves throughout the routine. The group of 11 dancers are dressed in black and white karate outfits and have red makeup around their eyes. In fact, all four of the judges – Simon Cowell, Heidi Klum, Mel B, and Howie Mandel – said yes and sent the group to the next round.
When Howie asks why it could be their last performance, the teen reveals, “In South Korea, all males have to serve in the military for two years. It’s a great honor for us and an opportunity to serve our country and the people we love.”
Cowell is really impressed. At one point, Mel B, 42, yells, “Oh, my God!” Heidi is sitting there with her mouth open. That’s how amazing Just Jerk’s performance is. The performance ends with Mel B and Heidi rising to their feet to give Just Jerk a standing ovation.
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