The Silhouettes, on America's Got Talent: Champions, use shadow dance to tell a powerful story of homelessness. And the incredible performance has such an inspiring message!
We first met the Silhouettes in the sixth season of America's Got Talent. The inspiring ensemble went on to place 2nd and quickly became a fan favorite.
Since that time, they have traveled all around the country and many dancers have thrived from the inclusive dance company.
Now, the Silhouettes are back as competitors on America's Got Talent: The Champions!
An Inspiring Story Of Homelessness
The special format of this competition features over 40 acts from all across the globe. And the list of contenders includes past winners, finalists, and fan-favorites from the entire Got Talent franchise.
The Silhouettes pulled out all the stops to impress the judges and audience during their first performance. Their story about a girl and her dog even earned the golden buzzer from judge Alesha Dixon.
Today, they are sharing another inspirational story set to the tune of “Stand In The Light” by Jordan Smith.
Through the powerful art of shadow dance, the group shares the struggles of a family that finds themselves without a home.
Thankfully, the family finds support and friends. As a result, they are able to put a roof over their heads again. And the final piece of the dance truly had everyone in awe!
Judge Howie Mandel said, "You are the inspiration for every act that comes after you." He went on to praise the group saying, "You're not just here to win it. You're here to change the world."
This message is so much more than just a dance routine and it is truly a blessing to watch The Silhouettes perform.
WATCH: The Silhouettes America’s Got Talent: Champions Dance About Homelessness