Terry Crews, the American actor and comedian known for his athletic physique, was amazed by the strength and fitness of the brothers.
Rabat – A Moroccan trio of acrobats performed on the 14th season of America’s Got Talent. The footage of the performance went viral.
The trio, called the Messoudi Brothers, showed strength, agility, and balance in their show-stopping performance. After the three brothers finished their set, the crowd and judges applauded and cheered on the Moroccan acrobats.
The Messoudi Brothers, Soufiane, Karim, and Yassine were born in Australia. Their mother is English and their father is Moroccan. Aged between 25 and 30, the three brothers started training as acrobats when they were 2 or 3 years old. Their father, who was an acrobat at an Australian circus, shared his passion and skills with his three sons.
“Being brothers makes us stronger partners and being partners makes us closer brothers!”, wrote the brothers on their Facebook page.
The Messoudi Brothers were runners up in the 6th edition of Arab’s Got Talent, one of the most watched talent shows in the Middle-East and North Africa region. They have also performed in 36 countries around the world, in circuses, theaters, and TV shows.
“Our father started his career in the United States. That is why we registered in America’s Got Talent. We want to prove that us too can conquer America,” said Soufiane in their auditions for the American show.
The trio were knocked out of the competition in the semi-finals, on September 4. However, they gained a large fanbase and a new audience discovered their talents.