Messoudi Brothers



Age (at audition) 25-30
Sex Male
Act Acrobat Trio
Seasons 14

Messoudi Brothers are an acrobat trio act from Season 14 of America's Got Talent.


The Messoudi Brothers both started their career at the age of two. Taught by their father, they worked alongside him in over 35 countries, headlining the biggest shows around the world and winning several awards and medals along the way. After 23 years of sacrifice, hard work and success as a family, their father was forced to retire due to the difficulty of performing such skills at his age. Now without the heart and support of their father, the Messoudi Brothers have to turn to one another and trust each other more than ever as they work alone for the first time in what will be their biggest challenge yet, their 36th country and ultimate dream: America! [1]


Messoudi Brothers' audition in Episode 1402 consisted of performing acrobatic balancing routines to Imagine Dragons' "Warriors". After the performance, Terry Crews joined them on stage as one of them performed a final acrobatic pose, balanced on Terry's hands. Howie Mandel, Gabrielle Union, Julianne Hough, and Simon Cowell all voted "Yes", sending the Messoudis to the Judge Cuts.

Judge Cuts

Messoudi Brothers' Judge Cuts performance in Episode 1407 consisted of the brothers performing hand balancing feats on top of one another. They then proceeded to invite their father to come on stage and join the act. Howie MandelGabrielle UnionJulianne HoughSimon Cowell, and guest judge Brad Paisley all gave them standing ovations. Their performance was strong enough for the judges to advance to the Quarterfinals. 


Messoudi Brothers' Quarterfinals performance in Episode 1411 consisted of doing a hand-balancing routine complete with blindfolded tricks. Howie Mandel, Gabrielle Union, and Julianne Hough gave them standing ovations. They received enough votes to advance to the Semifinals in Episode 1412 along with Greg Morton instead of Bir Khalsa.

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