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Justice Crew were a boy band from America's Got Talent: The Champions. They were eliminated in the Preliminaries.


Justice Crew is an Australian boy band consisting of members Lukas Bellesini, Paul Merciadez, John Pearce, (Producer) Lenny Pearce, Samson Smith and (Producer) Solo Tohi. Although the group is Australian, members Samson and Solo are from New Zealand. The group formed in 2009 originally as a dance troupe and rose to fame the following year, as winners of the fourth season of Australia's Got Talent. Justice Crew subsequently signed a record deal with Sony Music Australia and became recording artists. Justice Crew are now independent music artist as of early 2018.

Justice Crew's first three singles—"And Then We Dance", "Friday to Sunday" and "Dance with Me"—achieved moderate success on the ARIA Singles Chart. The group earned their first number-one single with "Boom Boom", which was certified six times platinum by the Australian Recording Industry Association. Subsequent singles "Best Night" and "Everybody" were top-ten hits, and "Que Sera" became their second number-one single. Since becoming recording artists, Justice Crew have been nominated for eight ARIA Music Awards and toured with international artists Chris Brown, Janet Jackson, One Direction, Kesha and Pitbull. [1]

The Champions Preliminary[]

Justice Crew's Preliminary performance in Episode TC01 consisted of singing an original song called "Boom Boom" while performing a hip hop dance routine.  Simon Cowell gave them a standing ovation.  Justice Crew did not receive enough votes to advance to the night's Top 3, eliminating them from the competition.

After the Show[]

John Pearce was invited to join The Wiggles in 2021, acting as the second Purple Wiggle (alongside current member Lachy Gillespie) in the special series Fruit Salad TV.

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