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Chibi Unity, Ramadhani Brothers, and Thirty Seconds to Mars Join Forces on AGT's Finale
Jared Leto, of Thirty Seconds to Mars, had some high praise for AGT finalists Chibi Unity and Ramadhani Brothers.
Music and movement combined in an epic fashion during America’s Got Talent’s Season 18 finale as Chibi Unity, Ramadhani Brothers, and Thirty Seconds to Mars delivered a show-stopping performance.
The edgy set brought together two AGT finalists, dance troupe Chibi Unity and the spellbinding head balancing Act Ramadhani Brothers. The alternative rock band Thirty Seconds to Mars—which includes Oscar-winning actor Jared Leto and his brother, Shannon Leto—provided the musical backdrop to bring the performance to the next level.
The performance began with the Ramadhani Brothers showing off their incredible head-balancing skills as Thirty Seconds to Mars performed their new song "Stuck" from their album It’s The End Of The World But It’s A Beautiful Day. When the head tricks wrapped up, Chibi Unity took the stage in white hoodies to show off their fast-paced dance moves.
Chibi Unity, Ramadhani Brothers, and Thirty Seconds to Mars on AGT's Finale
"I just want to say well done, amazing work and keep kicking ass,” Jared Leto told the groups after the performance.
Chibi Unity’s mesmerizing dance skills earned them this season’s Group Golden Buzzer. The group hails from Niigata, Japan and was inspired to come to AGT after the Lebanese dance group Mayyas took home the top honor last season.
"I was getting goosebumps. My heart was beating,” Judge Sofia Vergara said after Chibi Unity’s Audition, calling it "the best dancing I've ever seen in my life.”
Meanwhile, the Ramadhani Brothers stunned the Judges in their Audition when Fadhili used his own head to balance on top of the head of his brother, Ibrahim, as Ibrahim climbed down stairs and made his way up a tall ladder.
Judge Howie Mandel dubbed it the “most dangerous Act I have ever seen on America’s Got Talent.”
The pair upped the ante in the Qualifiers as a blindfolded Ibrahim balanced his brother on his head. Without any visual cues to guide him, Ibrahim then climbed down stairs and even made his way up two ladders, thrilling the crowd and earning a spot in the Finals.
Their Act in the finale wouldn’t have been complete without Thirty Seconds to Mars, who graciously stopped by the AGT stage before heading out on tour next month.