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Meet The Aerialist Duo Morgan, Roxi, As They Defy Gravity On ‘AGT’ Season 18

Morgan and Roxi audition for 'America's Got Talent'Photo by: Trae Patton/NBC

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A dynamic and gravity-defying duo is capturing the spotlight on the illustrious stage of America’s Got Talent Season 18. Introducing Morgan and Roxi, an awe-inspiring aerialist pair that has mastered the art of hair hangs, jaw hangs, and trapeze acts, leaving audiences at the edges of their seats with their breathtaking performances.


Morgan and Roxi are Renowned Aerialists

Morgan Barbour, a distinguished circus artist and movement director, has established herself as a trailblazer in the world of aerial performance. With a remarkable specialization in doubles aerial hoops, iron jaw, and flying trapeze, she has amazed audiences across the globe.

Teaming up with Morgan is the remarkable Roxi Kevill, who also specializes in aerial hoop, duo trapeze, dance trapeze, and much more. Their performances seamlessly blend strength, grace, and innovation, pushing the boundaries of what is possible within the circus arts. Together, Morgan and Roxi show an extraordinary level of synergy that transforms their routines into awe-inspiring works of art.

One of the defining moments in their journey was the triumphant victory at the BPASF National Championships in 2022. Although Morgan was partnered with a different performer at the competition, she proudly claimed the title of UK National Champions in Women’s Duo Hoop.


As they step onto the AGT stage for Season 18, Morgan and Roxi are surely going to leave their mark on the world of entertainment. Their performances are not just displays of physical prowess; they are immersive journeys that touch the heart and challenge the imagination.

Morgan Barbour Teaches Aerial Performers

Morgan’s expertise extends far beyond the stage, as she imparts her knowledge and passion to aspiring circus artists. Her contributions as a circus teacher and coach at esteemed institutions such as the National Centre for Circus Arts and My Aerial Home show her commitment to nurturing the next generation of performers.

In addition to her remarkable circus career, Morgan is also an activist. In 2020, she founded a groundbreaking pictorial call-out blog shedding light on the failure of social media to properly address gendered violence.


The World Wide Web Foundation presented this courageous initiative to the United Nations, which got global attention and used it as evidence of the surge in online violence during the Covid-19 pandemic. With every twist, turn, and gravity-defying move, Morgan and Roxi remind us that the sky is not the limit; it’s just the beginning of what humanity can achieve.

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