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AMERICA'S GOT TALENT -- "Auditions" -- Pictured: Zurcaroh -- (Photo by: Trae PattonNBC)

An acrobatic dance group is flying to the live rounds of America's Got Talent after earning Tyra's golden buzzer in Tuesday's season premiere.

Zurcaroh'shigh-flying acrobatic dance routine wowed the audience and the judges alike.

"Wow! That's the--I--we see dancing, we see tumbling, we-- That's--wow!" said Howie Mandel.

"For all of you to be that in sync, I'm just--I, yeah-- Wow, too. - Wow!" said Mel B.

"You are unbelievable. I mean, there's kids flying all over the air. I can't even believe how you caught them. I was in Simon's lap for a second because one did, like, I don't know how many spins. It was absolutely incredible. Loved it. Wow!" said Heidi Klum.

"I've done this a long time and this is honestly one of the most incredible things I've ever seen on any of these shows," said judge Simon Cowell.

Before the judged could vote, host Tyra Banks walked to the judges' table and pressed the golden buzzer.

Founded in 2009 by Peterson da Cruz Hora, the acrobatic dance troupe Zurcaroh has been dazzling audiences with their carefully choreographed routines, colorful costumes and mesmerizing stage designs for nearly a decade.

The group’s goal is to present diverse cultures and facets of the world through expressive dance moves and mind-blowing acrobatic stunts. Zurcaroh has performed all over Europe and delivered a jaw-dropping performance that earned them the Golden Buzzer on France’s Got Talent in 2017.

With stunts that would make even the most skilled cheerleaders envious, Zurcaroh’s dancers combine gravity-defying lifts, spectacular tosses and perfectly in-synch choreography for an unforgettable experience.

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.

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Characteristics of Potential Participants in the First Year of the Baltimore Experience Corps Trial: Baltimore, MD, 2006–2007 School Year

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Age range was 60–93 years.
Age range was 60–83 years.

Baseline Self-Reported Income, Comorbid Conditions, Functional Status, and Physical Activity of Recruited Participants in the First Year of the Baltimore Experience Corps Trial: Baltimore, MD, 2006–2007 School Year

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Total number of recruited participants was 155.

Participants were required to score 24 or higher on this exam to be eligible for recruitment.

Source of recruitment information was available for 145 of the 155 recruited participants. Word of mouth was the most common recruitment source among those who were recruited to the BECT from any source, with 31% (n = 45) reporting learning about the trial through friends or family. Selective media strategies produced the majority of recruited participants; these included direct mailings through AARP and the Baltimore City Civil Service Retirees Association (19%), brochures (16%), outreach talks (12%), and notices in church bulletins (13%). Mass media was successful as well; 25% of recruited participants reported hearing about the trial through paid radio advertisements ( Womens 320281401000 Open Toe Sandals Black Schwarz 0100 9 UK Ganter TBNEP

Sources of Recruitment Information as Reported by Recruited Participants in the First Year of the Baltimore Experience Corps Trial: Baltimore, MD, 2006–2007 School Year

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One recruitment source versus 2 or more sources.
Ten of the 155 participants did not respond to marketing strategy questions.

Among recruited participants, 73% reported only 1 source of recruitment information and 27% reported 2 or more sources. Among those who learned about the trial through word-of-mouth sources, 44% reported word of mouth as their only source and 56% reported hearing about the BECT through word of mouth and at least 1 other source. The radio ads yielded the largest number of participants who reported only 1 source of recruitment information; these ads were the second most successful recruitment strategy overall ( Table 3 ).

Of the 368 screened, 310 provided information on why they were interested, including 134 of the 155 who were eventually recruited. When we compared the 58 who did not report any motives and the 310 who did provide motives, there were no significant differences in terms of age, education, randomization assignment, health status, or marital status; however, those who did not report a motive were more likely to be White ( P ≤ .01). Among study participants who were successfully randomized, 63% reported altruistic motives such as “giving back to the community” or “helping others is important” and 71% reported ideological motives such as “worthwhile cause” or “civil rights/helping the underserved.” Thirty one percent of recruited participants reported material rewards such as it is “good for me” ( Womens Abito Con Fiocco a Pieghe Giallo Dress Isabella Roma sLxAGzG7

Osborne sat down for two interviews with Dean for the film, the second one taking place just two weeks before his death last March. “He was fantastic,” Dean says. “He really loved her, and he’s the one who gives us a portrait of what she was like.”

Osborne’s first interview shapes the film’s beginning, Dean says. A year and half into the production, the director thought it would be fitting for Osborne to give the film its ending as well, so she called and asked if he’d sit for one more interview.

“He said, ‘You know, I’ve got a cold so I might not be at my best, is that O.K.?’ And I said, ‘Sure, O.K., it doesn’t matter if you’re at your best . . . whatever you want, we’ll do.’ Well, he showed up in a wheelchair, and he was not at all the man I’d interviewed a year and a half previously,” Dean recalls. “He was only able to give us a half an hour—but in that half an hour he really poured his heart out about Hedy.”

Though Lamarr’s life ended on a somewhat tragic note—she died a recluse with minimal recognition of her inventive talent—Dean promises that the film offers her some form of redemption, thanks largely to the previously unheard tapes.

“She opens the tapes by saying ‘I wanted to sell my story . . . because it’s so unbelievable,’” Dean recites. “‘It was the opposite of what people think.’”

Now people have a chance to learn the truth.

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