The Pasco High dance team will air later on AGT’s talent show
If you missed the season premiere of America’s Got Talent on Tuesday night and were hoping to see the Pasco High School Schwanna Bulldogs make their TV debut, you’re in luck.
Although the dance crew did not perform in the first episode of the new season, an AGT spokesperson told the Tri-City Herald that the group will appear in a later episode. The date has not yet been revealed.
Tuesday’s Year 17 premiere featured a variety of acts from a young girl training her dogs to ride scooters to a man singing about his love for cheese.
The four celebrity judges and host Terry Crews all have a “golden buzzer,” which allows an act to transition to live shows while skipping second round auditions. Crews used his “golden buzzer” for a 21-year-old saxophonist who wowed the crowd with his performance and emotional bullying story.
Even though many artists have made it to the second round of auditions, the Schwanna Bulldogs hip-hop team is patiently waiting for everyone to see if they made it as well.
The award-winning team are known for their upbeat dance routines, but have sworn to secrecy about how their audition went until their performance is aired.
The winner of the hit NBC show wins $1 million and the chance to perform on America’s Got Talent Las Vegas Live.