V. Unbeatable: Life After ‘America’s Got Talent’ Golden Buzzer

V. Unbeatable

Having only taken the America’s Got Talent stage for the first time in 2019, V. Unbeatable has seen huge success since their season 14 debut. After surprising the judges with their high-octane, acrobatic routine at auditions, 4 yeses were a no-brainer and they moved on to the next round. They returned for the Judge’s Cuts with an even bigger show-stopping performance. One that left guest judge Dwayne Wade no choice but to give them the golden buzzer to change their lives. How habe their lives changed in the months following?

Their “Golden” Hour

V. Unbeatable is the powerhouse dance crew that gave us several thrilling performances on the AGT stage. All of them honor the dreams of fallen member Vikas Gupta. After their incredible audition, the crew came back with an even more electrifying follow-up.

With bodies flying and “running” through the air and children flipping 20 feet above the stage, the routine looked like Cirque du Soleil crammed into two minutes. The judges were astounded, but no one more than guest judge Dwayne Wade. He admitted the performance had his heart pounding like never before. As he hits the golden buzzer, he tells them: “Today, this is your house.” 

Life After The Golden Buzzer

The crew from Mumbai, India made it to the season 14 finals where they finished in fourth place. They were brought back for AGT: The Champions 2 shortly after, and managed ANOTHER golden buzzer in the preliminary round. They eventually clinched victory in the final to be “Best in the World.”

Since their first appearance, the crew has seen new opportunities. They’ve gotten to do other shows and are still involved with AGT. Most recently they did a collaborative performance with Bad Salsa for the season 15 Finals show. Their latest endeavor has them opening up their own dance academy in Mumbai.

The crew has kept active on social, staying connected with a growing fanbase. Their Instagram account now boasting 300k followers. Check out a recent virtual performance, their first after six months of lock down.


Matthew Honda
Matthew Honda

Matthew Honda is a contributing writer for Talent Recap. He's new to writing but certainly not new to binging television. If he's not sitting down to some reality TV, you might find him practicing some extreme sport, snapping photos, or shooting some pool.

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