The theme of the act is good versus evil in the modern era. Both dancers were clad in Day-Glo colored bodysuits: one was all red, the other blue. They battled in blacklight with red seeming to win the day but blue was soon revived to fight another round. The clash culminates in an explosion of color.
The audience in the theater certainly responded as did the four “AGT” judges, who all said yes. Head judge Simon Cowell recognized the act from “Britain’s Got Talent,” where they made it to the semi-finals in 2015. Heidi Klum likened their dance to magic while Mel B declared that she, “loved the story; it was beautiful and focused.”
In his “AGT” live blog, our recapper John Benutty observed, “The next act was one of the most transfixing things I think I’ve ever seen on AGT. Before being introduced to the Udi crew, we saw an interpretive dance performed in the dark using blue and red lights projected on the dancers’ bodies and hands to tell the story of good vs. evil. What they achieved with their hands–creating birds and sabers and trees–was incredible.”