The ADEM Dance Crew wowed Season 14 of America's Got Talent with a performance that can best be described as a flawless victory.
In Tuesday's night episode, the flexible troupe stunned the fourth round of auditions by unanimously going through to the next round of the competition with a rousing Mortal Kombat tribute.
Led by Elektro as the puppeteer Raiden, dancers Inferno as Scorpion, Vortex as Smoke and Cyclone as Sub-Zero broke out some of the sickest dance moves the contest has ever seen, all to an EDM remix of Mortal Kombat gameplay theme songs.
They impressed judges Howie Mandel, Gabrielle Union, Julianne Hough and Simon Cowell, and left presenter Terry Crews -- someone we all know can cut a rug -- speechless after displaying double-jointed breakdancing and moves that could even be considered inhuman. They even got the attention of Mortal Kombat co-creator Ed Boon, who called them "ridiculously talented" on Twitter.
Hailing from the Kyrgyz Republic in Asia, the ADEM Dance Crew has been part of Asia's Got Talent over the last couple years. Upon receiving their standing ovation, the group indicated it was always a dream to come to America to perform on the show, and following that back-breaking, gravity-defying performance, they can truly be considered 'kontenders' for the season.