71-year-old dances her way to Martina McBride’s golden buzzer on America’s Got Talent

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(WCMH) – A dancing duo that includes a 71-year-old woman is going straight to the live rounds in America’s Got Talent.

Quin Bommelje and Misha Vlasov compete as a team called ‘Quin and Misha.’

Quin recently turned 71. Misha is 35.

The pair danced a very athletic routine to Fleur East’s ‘Sax.’

“You have definitely inspired me. You are an absolutely incredible woman,” said Heidi Klum. “I love what you do, I love watching you guys. I’m very impressed.”

“The best part of you guys is your personality. Every time you come on, you light up the stage. This is great. This is everything we’re looking for,” said Simon Cowell.

“Wow, you say you want to inspire people of a certain age. But you inspired everybody, of all ages,” said guest judge Martina McBride. “ Truly a remarkable performance. I don’t know, it just really moved me. I think it’s incredible, so…”

McBride then hit the golden buzzer, sending the act directly to the live rounds of the show.

The group joins choirs Angel City Chorale and Voices of Hope, singers Makayla Phillips, Amanda Mena,  Courtney Hadwin and Michael Ketterer as well as acrobatic dance group Zurcaroh.

In America’s Got Talent, a golden buzzer automatically passes the performer or performers to the live rounds of the show. Each judge and the host are allowed to press the golden buzzer once over the course of all audition rounds.

During judge cuts, the guest judge’s sole vote is through the use of the golden buzzer.

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