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The King Charles Unicycle Troupe was a unicycle group from Season 1 of America's Got Talent. It was eliminated in the Semifinals.


The King Charles Troupe is a group of young men out of the South East Bronx, who display an unbelievable game of high- energy basketball on unicycles. One man's idea, Jerry King, to utilize the unicycle as a tool to keep kids involved in something decent and constructive. Jerry King became an inspiration to his neighborhood by forming a unicycle club as a community project.

The Troupe exhibit skills ranging from slam-dunks, dribbling passing, jump rope to acrobatics. They'll keep you on the edge of your seat with their hilarious high-jinks and comedic antics. Their extraordinary riding ability and world-class skill never cease to excite audiences of all ages.

Their brand of fast-paced basketball and comedy continue to be enormous favorites. Witness the game of basketball like you have never seen before. To be entertained is to see the King Charles Troupe on stage taking the art of unicycle to another level. [1]


The King Charles Unicycle Troupe's audition in Episode 102 was never televised. It is unknown whether or not it was buzzed, but at least two judges voted "Yes," sending the group to the Semifinals.


King Charles Troupe's Week 4 Semifinals performance in Episode 110 consisted of riding unicycles and shooting basketballs into hoops. Although Brandy Norwood gave the troupe a "X" vote, Piers Morgan and David Hasselhoff both gave it "✓" votes. The King Charles Troupe did not receive enough votes to finish in at least second place in America's Vote, eliminating it from the competition in Episode 111 instead of Celtic Spring and David & Dania - Quick Change.

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