‘Deadly Games’ knife throwing duo earns Heidi’s golden buzzer on AGT: The Champions

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(WCMH) – A husband-wife knife throwing act earned Heidi Klum’s golden buzzer on Monday’s episode of America’s Got Talent: The Champions.

“When I see the emotion in your face, I realize what this means to you,” said Howie Mandel. “It was not only dangerous, it was sexy. It was like 50 shades of danger.”

“I thought last time was good, this was unbelievable,” said Simon Cowell. “In my opinion, what you just showed us tonight defined what a champion is.”

“You guys are absolutely insane. Like, literally, my heart was almost jumping out of my chest. And something is happening to me right now!” said Heidi Klum as she pressed the golden buzzer.

The duo, consisting of Alfredo and Anna Silva was a semifinalist act in Season 11 of America’s Got Talent. The act was also a semifinalist on ‘La France a un incroyable talent’ season 12.

Alfredo is a sixth-generation circus performer. He was born in Brazil and currently lives in Las Vegas.

Anna is originally from Russia. She is a former professional ballerina and has also worked as a choreographer.

In AGT: The Champions, winners and finalists from previous seasons of Got Talent programs compete with each other for the ultimate Got Talent title.

In The Champions competition, only two contestants from each episode will make it to the next round. One moves on from the golden buzzer and another is selected by a panel of America’s Got Talent fans.

Deadly Games joins Susan Boyle, who earned the golden buzzer in the first week of auditions.

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