Filipino dance group slays America's Got Talent stage

Junior New System slayed one more stage and that is America's Got Talent.

The Filipino dance troupe who hailed from Sampaloc, Manila wowed America's Got Talent judges Mel B, Howie Mandel, Heidi Klum and Simon Cowell.

The group was formed in 2009 and has been competing in different talent competition. Currently, they are based in the US and working as dance instructors.

JNS wows the audience and the judges.
JNS wows the audience and the judges.

Using their signature routine, the group again danced their way with their 6-inch golden high heels. This is the same routine that garnered them golden buzzer at Asia’s Got Talent in 2015.

The judges and the audience can’t help but get awed with their talent awarding them standing ovation.

The members cries as they tell their story.
The members cries as they tell their story.
Judge Howie Mandel called their performance "amazing" saying they are the epitome of what America's Got Talent stands for and that is to make someone’s dream come true.

Another judge Mel B was equally awe-struck saying she loved the group and their overall performance. She even can’t contain herself and get up on her seat and dance while the group is performing.

The heels, the flipping, the choreography . . . I love you!
she said.

Heidi Klum, on the other hand, was evidently shocked by the high-heels commenting "you guys really woke me up."

Simon Cowell meanwhile endorsed the yes votes to his fellow judges garnering the group a spot in the next round with 4 yeses.

This is not the first time that Junior New System rocked international stage. In 2015 they were finalist in Asia’s Got Talent. And in 2016, the group was named Senior Grand Champion Performer of the World at the World Championship of Performing Arts or WCOPA.

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