Yo-Yo artist stuns AGT judges with killer smile, moves, and skills

25-year-old Japanese native Shu Takada mesmerized judges and audiences on top of the America’s Got Talent stage with his brain-melting dance and yo-yo combo, quickly getting the party started.

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Kicking things off a little on the rough side, judge Simon Cowell would reveal he’s not too fond of yo-yo acts on the famed talent show, stating, “they’ve been a bit boring.”

Simon’s honesty would quickly harbor in his own amazement as Shu Takada would begin his heart-pounding performance, starting off with a rather traditional walk-the-dog maneuver.

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All before leaping backward into a flurry of dance and yo-yo expertise that had the crowd eating out of the palm of his yo-yo-wielding hands. Paired with dual yo-yos, Shu Takada would showcase a hilarious and exciting act.

Judge Heidi Klum would express her excitement for Shu Takada while saying, “the best yo-yoing we’ve ever seen,” with Howie Mandel agreeing, stating that what set Shu Takada apart was his fabulous dance routine.

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Back to judge Simon Cowell, the look on his face through the entire electrifying performance is enough to show his own personal excitement over the yo-yo act, which had Shu Takada smiling from ear to ear throughout the whole performance.

Shu Takada came prepared to amaze and delight and, with the power of his yo-yo and dance skills, succeeded in showcasing his unique talent and knowledge on how to work a crowd to his favor.

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