During the final night of auditions on America’s Got Talent, one dance crew stood out for their unconventional performance.
“Daditude!” — a group of middle-aged family men who previously were professional dancers — took the stage. Judges Howard Stern, Heidi Klum, Mel B, and Howie Mandel were skeptical of the dance crew, but quickly realized these dads weren’t messing around.
The all-dad dance group out of California combined a mix of dancing and comedy to wow the audience with their routine set to the Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars hit “Uptown Funk.” The group breaks out into a funky dance, and it is safe to say that no one saw that coming!
The crew had a lot to prove, secretly hoping to land the coveted “Golden Buzzer,” which sends an act straight to the live show at Radio City Music Hall in New York City. (A few weeks ago, Klum gave her Golden Buzzer to an impressive 11-year-old opera singer.)
Although Stern wasn’t very impressed, Klum predicted “America would fall in love with the guys.”
“These guys can move,” said Mandel.
Watch their performance below and see if they made it through to the next round.