After 13 seasons, NBC’s reality TV show ‘America’s Got Talent’ may have finally found its first dance crew champions. Meet the dancers of ‘V.Unbeatable’, a dance group from India that gained worldwide fame after themselves out of the slums of Mumbai.
“Life in Mumbai is tough,” the dance group’s leader confesses to judges Simon Cowell, Howie Mandel, Gabrielle Union, and Julianne Hough. “The people in slums, they don’t get proper water and everything there is — sorry,” he stops suddenly stops and breaks down in tears then tries to explain…
“Many of the members of our group live in slums,” he says. “The slums are very crowded, squalid, and they don’t get proper electricity. Often seven to 10 people are staying in one room. It is very challenging to survive over there. Each day we pray for a better life, but in the slums, there is minimal opportunity for us. When we dance, we forget all the tensions in our mind, and we feel free.”
He continues, “For the past two weeks, we are not able to sleep. This opportunity could change our life, and everyone wants to succeed to give back to their families. We used to see ‘America’s Got Talent’ on YouTube. We were like, can we go here, like someday? We were dreaming about it, and today we are here. I can’t explain it in words. It’s our dream come true.” Watch their incredible video below.