We’ve seen every type of performance, from pregnant belly dancers to freakishly-flexible gymnasts, but it’s not often we come across a dance number that can both tell a story and bring us to tears. It’s performances like these that stick with us forever.
On “Britain’s Got Talent,” the Hungarian shadow theater dance group, Attraction, performs a shadow act dedicated to the late mother of Zoltan Szucs, one of the dance members in the group.
The short performance is no longer than two minutes, but it manages to paint the story of his life with his mother from when she rocked him to sleep as a child to when he held her hand on her death bed.
The passion behind each and every movement will surely hit close to home.
By the end of the performance, all the judges were on their feet. Even judge Alesha Dixon was brought to tears! When you see him move, you’ll know why.
Grab the tissues!
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