You’re about to be blown away by a 45-year-old Russian man named Vladimir Georgievsky. He may look like a typical dad, but his talent is anything but ordinary.
The middle-aged dad recently took to the stage of Britain’s Got Talent — and now the world can’t get enough! Vladimir is a highly skilled trampoline artist. He claims he perfected his craft on the trampoline he originally bought for his sons.
The second the music starts, it becomes clear his act is none like the judges have ever seen before. This unconventional underdog jumps, soars, and wins the crowd over, while managing to make some difficult stunts look both painful and easy. His performance is hilarious, impressive, and awe-inspiring. Just watch the audience’s stunned reactions, and you’ll see what I mean.
“It was like a silent comedy,” judge Amanda Holden said after Vladimir appeared to fall down a set of stairs, trap his head in the trampoline and nearly go flying off the contraption.
It should come as no surprise that Vlad was once a member of the world-famous Moscow State Circus and has been clowning around since he was just a boy. Today, he lives in the UK with his family, but he’s hoping to move forward in the competition.
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