A brand-new era of the world’s biggest talent show, AGT, is set to turn TV on its head when it returns to Channel 7 and 7plus in October.
Tanzania-based brothers and acrobats, Ibrahim and Fadi Ramadhani, will deliver a world-first performance on the coveted AGT stage in an electrifying display of strength and balance.
Will the risk pay off for Ibrahim, 26, and his 36-year-old sibling?
Mega-star judges David Walliams, Kate Ritchie, Alesha Dixon and Shane Jacobson certainly think so.
“Tonight a legend was born,” exclaims David, with Alesha adding: “I feel like I’m watching two superheroes.”
“You are going to go on a lot of shows around the world for the rest of your life. Can you tell everyone you did Australia’s Got Talent first?” Shane asks.
The unstoppable duo are hoping to win the AGT grand prize and pay their success forward to children in their community.
One of the most successful television formats in the world, AGT’s world-first twist sees Aussie acts take on some of the globe’s best Got Talent to secure their place in the Grand Final, where Australia will decide who is worthy of AGT’s $100,000 grand prize.