Gamma Phi Circus
Sex Mixed
Act Aerial and Acrobatic Group
Seasons 7
Position Reached Vegas Round

Gamma Phi Circus were an aerial and acrobatic group act from Season 7 of America's Got Talent. They were eliminated before the Vegas Round.


Gamma Phi Circus, sponsored by Illinois State University, is the oldest collegiate circus in the United States. It began as the Gamma Phi fraternity, founded in 1929 by ISU gymnastics instructor Clifford "Pop" Horton. The fraternity's first circus performance took place in 1931. Gamma Phi Circus is a performing arts fraternal organization and is no longer affiliated with social fraternities or sororities and is a registered student organization. [1]

One of the representatives of Gamma Phi Circus on the show was Season 2 act Christian Stoinev.


Gamma Phi Circus' audition in Episode 706 consisted of performing circus feats such as aerial silks and trampoline acrobatics. Although Howie Mandel voted "No", Howard Stern and Sharon Osbourne both voted "Yes", sending the group to the Vegas Round.

Vegas Round

Gamma Phi Circus did not compete in the Vegas Round, meaning they were either cut or withdrew before this stage of the competition.

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