Dance
Dancing dog melts audience’s hearts when she tells story through dance
People were moved to tears!
Ma Fatima Garcia
06.29.22

When you dance with a partner, you need a different approach.

Teamwork is needed, and for you and your partner to win, you have to be in sync.

This is easier said than done. That’s the reality because not all partnerships in dancing work.

Some people can’t work with one another. That’s why when we see pairs dancing, and doing a great job, we should appreciate them more.

But what if you see an unlikely pair?

In AGT or America’s Got Talent, we see different entries, including beautiful and talented animals.

It’s not surprising to see a dog doing tricks or dancing.

But one contestant brought some of the audience to tears with her and her partner’s dance number.

A lady and a dog went to the stage and introduced herself as dog trainer Christine Elisabeth Berczes.

YouTube Screenshot / America's Got Talent
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YouTube Screenshot / America's Got Talent

Along with her was her beautiful Australian shepherd, Meredith.

According to Christine, they are the Glamour Aussies, a dancing school that teaches dogs to dance. As of now, they have three fluffy and smart members, Mika, Jack, and of course, Meredith.

Glamour Aussies have won several awards.

YouTube Screenshot / America's Got Talent
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YouTube Screenshot / America's Got Talent

Meredith is stunning, and according to Glamour Aussies’ website:

“She is a flattering, absolute couch dog who wants to be always in the centre of the party. She is really smart and easy to learn, so started the Dog Dancing competitions as well.”

Their performance started as Christine read a book while sitting down.

YouTube Screenshot / America's Got Talent
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YouTube Screenshot / America's Got Talent

Then the music, “Somewhere Only We Know” by Keane played. It was a deep song, and both Christine and Meredith felt that.

Seeing Meredith, she understood her task, and she did well.

She danced gracefully, feeling the emotions of the song, and being able to share the story behind the song with the audience.

YouTube Screenshot / America's Got Talent
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YouTube Screenshot / America's Got Talent

Meredith didn’t just dance. She danced with Christine with grace and love.

Christine was sitting while reading, and then Meredith started dancing. The dog walked slowly, then she started circling around Christine, and showed some tricks.

It was like she was asking Christine to be her friend.

YouTube Screenshot / America's Got Talent
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YouTube Screenshot / America's Got Talent

What Christine did, Meredith mimicked, and she did it flawlessly.

People were clapping, and some were crying when they saw Meredith pick up a small basket with flowers, and gave it to Christine.

Then, the young woman’s clothes transitioned to a golden gown.

YouTube Screenshot / America's Got Talent
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YouTube Screenshot / America's Got Talent

She kneeled while holding the roses and that’s when Meredith circled and jumped around her.

Then they shared an embrace.

Some of the audience were already crying. Even the judges were so moved by the beautiful dance that these two shared.

YouTube Screenshot / America's Got Talent
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YouTube Screenshot / America's Got Talent

“We have had so many dog acts, but yours, there was actually a storyline. So different and she was smiling the entire time. It leaves me wanting more,” said Heidi Klum.

“It was spectacular to see her having such a great time while she was doing it. It was amazing.”

Howie Mandel compared Meredith’s dance with ballet and how it tells a story.

YouTube Screenshot / America's Got Talent
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YouTube Screenshot / America's Got Talent

Simon said that Meredith actually danced and predicts that, in the future, there would be shows where dogs will be the stars.

We couldn’t agree more.

Watch this emotional and beautiful dance below, and don’t forget to share this with your friends and family.

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By Ma Fatima Garcia
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Ma Fatima Garcia is a contributor at SBLY Media.
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