‘AGT’ Alum Deadly Games Makes History at The Monte Carlo Festival
America’s Got Talent alum Deadly Games recently won a bronze at the 45th Monte Carlo Festival. Amazingly, they are the first knife throwing duo to ever win a prize in the festival.
Deadly Games Secures Bronze at the Monte Carlo Festival
As a young kid, Alfredo Silva learned that the Monte Carlo Festival is the “biggest and most prestigious circus festival in the world.” According to him, he had always dreamt of witnessing the show live, and now that he’s finally able to live the dream, he is understandably in cloud nine. On Instagram, the AGT alum took the time to announce the big achievement.
“For any artist- getting a prize here is the real accomplishment and on top of that – in 45 editions of the festival i am the first knife throwing act to ever win a prize,” Silva wrote.
The acrobat also paid tribute to her fiancé, Aleksandra Kiedrowicz, for trusting him on a “whole different level.”
“We are happy with the bronze clown and we are looking forward to take this baby back to Las Vegas with us,” he wrote.
For those who may not know, Deadly Games joined Season 11 of America’s Got Talent. They also competed on America’s Got Talent: The Champions. Silva didn’t secure the title in both reality shows, but nevertheless stood out during each of his performances. Outside of the main series, Silva appeared on AGT: Extreme alongside his team of cage riders.
BGT Standout Duo Dust in The Wind Won The Competition
Interestingly, Britain’s Got Talent alum duo, Dust in The Wind, also bagged an award in Monte Carlo Festival. Specifically, they won a special prize upon their impressive performance.
The duo uploaded a cut version of their performance to give a sneak peek of their act in the festival. Evidently, fans are thrilled to know the great news.
For those who may not know, Dust in The Wind was featured on BGT Series 13, where they made it into the judge cuts. Although they didn’t make it in the semifinals, they made their mark on the show itself as seasoned performers.
The Monte Carlo Festival is a renowned circus show where the best jugglers, magicians, clowns, and equilibrists in different countries will perform. Against each other, they will compete for the ultimate prize – the Gold Clown.