Loren, Celine and Joline Bello are an Italian-German acrobatic trio of sisters who perform as the Bello Sisters. They come from a circus family in which their father performed with Cirque du Soleil for 12 years, performing the Icarian Games act, and their mother was the first woman on earth to walk on a highwire without stilts. They started training when they were just kids but have been working with their specific act for only three years. They've come to AGT for the chance to fulfill a dream that has been in their family since their parents started performing, which is to open their own Bello family show in Las Vegas.
Bello Sisters automatically advanced to the Quarterfinals without performing in Episode 1508.
Bello Sisters' Quarterfinals performance consisted of performing an acrobatic routine to Bishop Briggs' "White Flag". They finished in 4th, 5th or 6th place in America's Vote. In the Dunkin' Save, they received fewer online votes than Celina. In the Judges' Choice, Heidi Klum did not vote for them but Sofia Vergara and Howie Mandel did, advancing to the Semifinals in Episode 1516 instead of Resound.
Bello Sisters' Finals performance in Episode 1521 consisted of performing an acrobatic routine to Dua Lipa's "Physical", including their dad shooting a crossbow at a carnation from one of the girls' mouth.
For the finale in Episode 1522, Bello Sisters performed with Alan Silva and Deadly Games as Bishop Briggs performed her singles "River" and "Higher". They did not receive enough votes to enter the Top 5, eliminating them from the competition instead of Alan Silva.
Bello Sisters is the first act since Linkin' Bridge in Season 11 that needed to rely on the Judges Choice in the Quarterfinals, but proceeded to the Finals via the Top 3 in the public vote in the Semifinals.
Bello Sisters and Daneliya Tuleshova were the only Season 15 finalists that won the public vote in the Semifinals but did not make the top 5 in the Finals.
In the Semifinals and Finals, Joline was not present with her sisters during their judges comments and results, due to German TV laws involving minors.