‘Asia’s Got Talent’ Contortionist Shoots An Arrow With Her Feet [VIDEO]
In 2017, a contortionist impressed the judges on Asia’s Got Talent with her incredible flexibility. The contestant, named Nyamgeral Gankhuyag, shot an arrow using her feet.
Judge David Foster was especially enamored of Nyamgeral’s performance. Check out her audition below, and read on to find out what the Got Talent judges had to say.
Contortionist Wows ‘Asia’s Got Talent’
When Nyamgeral Gankhuyag introduced herself to the judges, she said she was from Mongolia. Judge David Foster wondered, “Do all the girls look like you in Mongolia?”
Nyamgeral replied, “Mongolian girls are so beautiful.” She went on to perform an impressive routine involving contortion and archery. She started by showing off some amazing contortion moves on a platform, bending over backwards and even balancing on one hand.
She then grabbed a bow and arrow. While balancing on her hands, she lifted the bow into the air with her feet and shot an arrow over her head into the center of a target. The Got Talent crowd and the judges went wild with cheers.
What Did The Judges Think Of Her Audition?
“You’re a lot of woman,” David told Nyamgeral after her audition. Jay Park complimented “the amount of control” she had during the performance, calling it “ridiculous.”
“I think you just hit David in the heart,” Anggun remarked, making David laugh. He confirmed to Nyamgeral, “You stole my heart, but with your talent.” All three judges voted “yes” to sending her to the next round.
“There’s a lot of contortionists, but she was so graceful,” David said after she left. Jay added that she got the arrow “dead in the middle” of the target, which made it even more impressive.
Check out one of Nyamgeral’s older performances, in which she shows off some amazing balancing moves, in the video above.
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