Marco & Elisa
Age (at audition) 35 & 36
Sex Mixed
Act Dance Duo
Seasons 14
Position Reached None

Marco & Elisa were a dance duo act from Season 14 of America's Got Talent. They were eliminated in the audition round.


Marco Ticli & Elisa Bazzocchi have been working together since 2007, showing particular versatility for modern dance, aerial disciplines, acrobatics and two-step techniques. They succeed in enchanting the public by proposing a delicate mix of great physical power and harmony of gesture, demonstrating great ability to adapt to any situation or theme.  Professional performers since the early 2000s, with over 1000 active shows, they have collected important experiences in various theater companies such as:
Kitonb, "Waterwall" - Resistant Materials -, Evolution Dance Theater, Liberidi Physical Theater, No Gravity Dance Company.
Among all stands out the many years of experience in the Kataklò company, with which they completed 5 Italian tours and 5 tours between Europe and South America in just over six years, treading the most important theatrical stages and participating in the most successful Italian television broadcasts .
In 2015 they worked in Thailand on Marco Bebbu's "Illuzion" fixed show, as eclectic performers, dancers and aerialist.
In 2016 they participated in the talent show on TV8 and on Sky1 "Italia's Got Talent" arriving among the finalists of the program and touching the podium. The protagonists of Max Pezzali's video clip "Non lo so" (directed by Gianluca Montesano) and performer in the concerts of the BA2016 tour by Biagio Antonacci, performed in front of tens of thousands of people and Canale5 cameras, expressing themselves at their best through their great physicality and passion.  [1]

The duo auditioned for France's Got Talent in 2018 where they were semifnalists.


Marco & Elisa's audition in Episode 1406 consisted of performing a dance routine while kissing throughout the whole routine.  Howie Mandel ,and Simon Cowell voted "no, "eliminating Marco & Elisa from the competition.

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