The Messoudi brothers bring a touch of originality to acrobatics on the America’s Got Talent stage.
Hand to hand acrobatics is a family activity by the three brothers, who, since their young age, were trained by their father, Said.
Their performance was praised by the judges. “We’re looking for the wow factor. You delivered the wow,” Judge Gabrielle Union laughed.
Judge Howie Mandel stated that their performance was different from anything he had seen before. “This show is about variety. I am always excited to see something I have never seen before,” he said.
The oldest of the Messoudi brothers is 30 years old and the youngest is 25, according to their biography on NBC. They live in Einbeck, Germany.
“Born in Australia to an English mother (Heidi) and a Moroccan father (Said), the Messoudi brothers are certainly among the most exotic young men you will ever meet,” says their Facebook biography.
Judge Simon Cowell stated after stating that he was impressed by the Messoudi brothers’ sense of spectacle. “The minute you walked, you had that star talent in you, and you ticked all the boxes,” he said.
The brothers are not new to showmanship. They recently competed in Arab’s Got Talent Season 6, where they qualified for the final in the spring of 2019. They have also performed in several circus and variety shows on tour, including Apollo Varieté by Roncalli, a German variety show, and the Festival International du Cirque de Massy, a French circus.