'AGT' performers shock judges with their 'human fountains' show
Just when viewers of "America's Got Talent" thought they saw it all, the Human Fountains took the stage to stun the judges and disgust Simon Cowell.
The group's performance entailed imitating a fountain with their synchronized spitting and somewhat disturbing sharing of fluid.
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Their set started off mild, but they got "progressively more audacious" towards the end of their skit when one of the members took a hot dog bun out of his pocket.
The next one in line had a weiner in his mouth which he spat out on the roll before handing it to his teammate who "vomited" tomato sauce on the roll and sausage.
The next one then added his contribution by spitting mustard sauce onto the bun before handing it to the last man who promptly ate half of the bun.
They ended their performance by vigorously shaking a bottle of champagne and spitting the beverage from their mouths.
This made Cowell jump up out of his seat in an attempt to get away from the champagne droplets raining down on the judges.
Love them or hate them, their act got the country talking, and judge Mel B remarked that they would undoubtedly be remembered because they were original.
They unfortunately didn't proceed to the final round but took to Instagram and thanked their fans for their support. The caption read:
"Thank you for all the support we received from our fans while on AGT. It was incredible making it all the way to the quarterfinals and having the opportunity to make our audience laugh and smile."
They group added that they "don't plan on letting [their] dream go dry" and have many more acts "and exciting news" in store.
In other recent news, contestant Courtney Hadwin received a standing ovation from the judges for her rendition of "Papa's Got A Brand New Bag" by James Brown.
She received nothing but praise from the judges, but netizens were furious and felt that Hadwin was dishonest about her past. Read more here.