Last updated on April 18th, 2019 at 05:18 am
America’s Got Talent is without a doubt one of the most popular talents shows in the word. Millions of people watch it every season, amazed at the talent showcased on stage.
If you’ve watched the show and wondered what it would be like to bring some of those amazing entertainers on stage at your event, we’ve got you covered.
Here are three top acts from America’s Got Talent you can book as entertainment for your next event.
- Ladder acrobat act
- Seen on America’s Got Talent and America’s Got Talent: the Champions.
Born in Eysk, Russia, Uzeyer was only a child when he discovered his passion for entertaining others and, as a teenager, he attended music school.
However, although he had frequented amateur circuses, the Russian equivalent of youth circus school, he ended up in a cooking institute for a while. However, he never gave up his circus ambitions and continued his acrobatic training.
Uzeyer has always had a natural talent for balancing, as well as charming energy. Plus, his musical and dancing skills kept expanding as the years went by. All of that talent didn’t long go unnoticed, and in 1995, Novruzov was accepted into Moscow’s illustrious circus school, the State College for Circus and Variety Arts.
Three years later, he graduated with his unsupported ladder act, which is no small feat considering the high level of circus training in Russia.
Now, Uzeyer Novruzov lives in Las Vegas where he keeps channeling one of his biggest inspirations, Charlie Chaplin, to create memorable acts for his audience.
- Jazz singing act
- Seen on America’s Got Talent (season 11, finalist) and America’s Got Talent: the Champions.
Born on August 26, 1995, Sal Valentinetti is an Italian-American crooner best known for his remarkable vocals, big personality and for having a great heart.
Influenced by his grandmother, Sal grew up falling in love with the musical genius of the classic crooner sounds of Dean Martin, Tony Bennett, and Frank Sinatra.
As a teenager, Sal realized he not only loved listening to this type of music, but he could also sing it. Soon enough, he started performing Frank Sinatra tribute acts and became known as “Sal the Voice.”
When his grandmother died, her music was all Valentinetti had to remember her by. Every time he sings the lyrics to a song he used to listen to with his grandmother, it’s like being with her again.
It’s one of the things which make his performances so remarkably beautiful, as noticed by the judges on America’s Got Talent. After participating in the competition, Sal used his time in the spotlight to build a singing career and has been touring all over the nation, selling out shows.
Watch Sal perform on stage at America’s Got Talent: the Champions and you’ll understand precisely why his shows are selling out:
- Spinning basketballs show/unicycling
- Seen on America’s Got Talent, season 8.
Champions Forever is a family of 14, and together, they spin, balance and dribble basketballs as you’ve never seen before. Their show is spin-tacular, which is why we had to include it as one of the top acts from America’s Got Talent.
Bruce and Diane are the parents, and they have managed to pass down their passion for the performing arts to all of their 12 children. However, their shows are not just purely for entertaining others.
The primary purpose of these shows is to inspire others to have a healthy attitude towards life and share several life lessons. As a family, Champions Forever has traveled all over the globe sharing their skills and motivational message to adults and youth alike.
You can learn more about Champions Forever and see what they can do on stage by watching the video below.
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