It’s not an audition that would win AGT, but it’s definitely one of the more memorable ones.
Les Beaux Frères took to the stage and delivered a performance so hilarious and entertaining it could actually win the funniest act of the show. If there ever was such an award.
This French-Canadian duo act who have worked with Cirque du Soleil and Machine de Cirque are not the type to throw in the towel. Yohann Trépanier and Raphaël Dubé can’t throw in towels.
That would be too revealing.
After a brief exchange with Howie and the judges, the duo leave the stage in a hurry, leaving the judges wondering what on earth was going on. Poor Terry Crews had the best view of the show. Horrible luck for the man.
Trépanier and Dubé come back out holding nothing but towels. And when I say holding nothing but towels, I meant it.
The dudes appear to be unclothed from head to toe, only covering themselves with those towels. Nothing like a little skin action for entertainment purposes. I’m sure Sofia Vergara understands.
Now normally, performers are told to bare all and to lay it all on the line when stepping on stage. This French-Canadian duo took both terms literally and exposed their comedic act on television.
You have to wonder how cold it was on stage for these two.
Trépanier and Dubé attended the National Circus School in Montréal and the Circus School of Québec. In fact, they performed this act back in 2014 on France’s Got Talent.
Then again they must be used to the cold being Canadian and all.
Imagine them practicing this act though. Two guys in a room, naked, moving around with towels? Pity the poor soul who walked in on them.
Trépanier and Dubé release the towels in midair, allowing it to spin before catching the other end. You know, one mistake and the entire internet’s going to lose it. Good publicity though.
“These Lads are Hilarious and it’s actually such an impressive talent. I saw them on France’s Got Talent glad they came on Agt and glad Simon liked the act and stood up when before he buzzed Men with Pans.”
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It’s a sort of towel ballet, both guys bouncing on their feet while moving the towel around without actually revealing anything. Sofia’s getting excited over the act though and Heidi can’t help but laugh at her.
“I kinda’ wanna’ do this with you, Sofia.”
Yes, and I’m sure men all over the world would love to see that.
When Trépanier and Dubé get caught up in their towels and enfold themselves in a circle, they look down in horror at the sticky situation they’re in, getting everybody laughing hysterically.
That is until Yohann grabs his friend’s towel, leaving Raphaël bent over, exposed for everyone to see, the America’s Got Talent logo taking on the role of covering his bare buttocks.
So what’s a naked guy to do but ask for another towel? Someone from the side of the stage throws a really small towel a few feet from him. Poor Raphaël had to walk sideways, fully bent over while the judges and the crowd gazed on the exposed Frenchman.
Terry saw everything and even Simon had to laugh. Now that’s how you make an act memorable!
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