'America's Got Talent': Fighting Gravity frat brothers wow judges
On the Tuesday, June 8 edition of the "America's Got Talent" auditions, judges and viewers were wowed by Fighting Gravity, a group of fraternity brothers whose glow-in-the-dark hoodies and tennis balls just may make them famous.
Though they say they haven't had any dance training at all, the college students look like professionals when the lights go out and four members of the group appear to be floating, thanks to some heavy lifting by their brothers.
Most of the boys study business and engineering. "Was this an engineering project?" new judge Howie Mandel asks. Even the critical Piers Morgan was captivated by the act. It's certainly not something we've seen before.
All the frat boys we hung out with in college were way too busy building beer can pyramids to come up with something this innovative. We can't wait to see more.
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