'America's Got Talent' acrobat duo stuns with dangerous act

'America's Got Talent': Dangerous Acrobatic Act Stuns Audience and Judges
'America's Got Talent': Dangerous Acrobatic Act Stuns Audience and Judges

On "America's Got Talent," a Bulgarian couple got the audience and the judges on their feet after a dangerous and impressive routine: a man balanced his wife -- who in a giant, spinning contraption -- on his head.

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Judge Howard Stern was impressed, saying, "Can you imagine if he drops her?" Luckily, he didn't drop her and the crowd chanted over and over for the husband and wife team after the routine. Howard called the act sensational and Mel B. added that it was brilliantly dangerous and exactly what they're looking for, so of course, it was a yes to the next round.

Valo and Bobby, two acrobats who met while in the Bulgarian circus, actually tour with the Ringling Brothers Circus, and are hopeful they'll go far on the show.

And so far, so good: fans on Twitter were loving their routine and their love story, calling the them skilled, unbelievable and adorable. They also have a super cute 4-year-old son and say their goal is to win "America's Got Talent" so that they can buy a house to live in as a family.

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