‘America’s Got Talent’ on NBC: Who are the Catwall Acrobats? Group was in ‘Best Time Ever with Neil Patrick Harris’


The Catwall Acrobats are auditioning for Season 17 of ‘America’s Got Talent’ this week. The act features a troupe of international circus artists who perform a variety of acts at events all around the world.

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Season 17 of ‘America’s Got Talent’ resumes with the eighth night of auditions on Tuesday, July 26. As usual, the episode will feature a diverse range of performers, from comedians to singers to thrill seekers. There are also a few acrobatic performances in this series of tryouts. This Tuesday will also feature a singer who helped her hometown cope with grief, a tap dancer from Australia, and a singing fairy, among other things.

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Catwall Acrobats in ‘AGT’ Season 17 (Trae Patton/NBC)

Who are the Catwall Acrobats?

The Catwall Acrobats are a Canadian group of world-class trampoline jumpers who have created an unrivaled choreography. The ensemble debuted in 2008 and soon rose to prominence. Since then, the company has performed in over 25 countries, appeared on various television shows, and received countless honors, including four trophies at the world’s most prestigious circus festival, the Monte-Carlo international festival in 2014. They were even invited back for a second time for the 40th Edition of the festival, which had no prizes and included only the best acts from its previous 40 years.

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They have also appeared on ‘Das Supertalent,’ the German counterpart of the British talent show ‘Britain’s Got Talent.’ Aside from the trampoline, the primary feature of their act is a massive wall that is built on the stage. The acrobats run up the wall and vanish into it. They reappear shortly after and jump down onto the trampoline, which catapults them back up. While the trick may appear simple, it needs meticulous choreography and years of hard work.

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The company can perform one to five acts indoors, outdoors, or anywhere else. They claim to be the world’s highest-level trampoline-wall troupe, and they work hard to retain their reputation. Hugo Noel, who devised the original performances and manages them now while still performing as an artist, leads the Catwall Acrobats. He enjoys creating, trying new things, and surprising people with the right combination of technique, choreography, and good humor. He is committed to producing high-quality performers and shows, investing a significant amount of time and energy into it. His work has received international recognition at numerous festivals, has been shown on the most popular TV shows in America and Europe, and, most significantly, has been praised by many producers and the general audience.

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Sway poles, cyr wheel, Russian Swing, teeterboard, powertrack, butterfly trampoline, and trampwall are among the acrobatic acts performed by the troupe. They are an international group that travels the world performing. They’ve performed at several festivals and TV events. One of their most notable performances was with Neil Patrick Harris in ‘Best Time Ever with Neil Patrick Harris.’

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Tune in to NBC this Tuesday at 8 pm to see their stunning performance.

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