Alan Silva appeared in this week’s America’s Got Talent Early Release with an incredible acrobatic performance. The Brazilian performer wowed the judges and the audience with his daring stunts after speaking on an emotional journey of bullying because of his height.
Alan Silva auditions on ‘America’s Got Talent’ with daring acrobatic act
Acrobat, Alan Silva appeared on this week’s America’s Got Talent Early Release with an incredible air acrobatic act. The Brazilian performer introduced himself to the judges, claiming he’s faced bullying throughout his life due to his height and decided to audition for the show to test his fate. “You don’t have to be nervous about that here,” Cowell reassured the contestant. Silver added that he is from a circus family, which is where his love for performing came from.
The father of two also mentioned that it was the first time that his children had ever seen him perform on stage. Talk about pressure…
Silva managed to wow the judges and the audience in the theatre with his impressive acrobatic skills, launching himself into the air using just his body and core strength. Just seconds into the performance, it was clear that Alan knew the ropes better than anyone!
America’s Got Talent set to go audience-free in upcoming episodes due to COVID-19
Once America’s Got Talent began filming earlier this year, just a few days in, auditions went audience-free during to increasing fears over the spread of COVID-19.
Because of this, we can expect the upcoming episodes of the show to feature an absent audience, making it that bit more nerve-racking for all those auditioning.
Simon Cowell just recently announced that the America’s Got Talent live shows won’t take place at the Dolby Theatre this year and may follow Britain’s Got Talent in taping the show with no audience at all due to COVID-19 restrictions.”I don’t think we’re gonna be at the Dolby Theatre with 3,000 people. I think that’s not gonna happen this year,” he said when speaking to Entertainment Tonight.