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Kate Ritchie awards The Ramadhani Brothers the Golden Buzzer after breathtaking acrobatic act on Australia’s Got Talent leaves the judges stunned

On Sunday night’s episode of Australia’s Got Talent, two acrobats left the judges stunned and saw them awarded the Golden Buzzer.   

Tanzanian-based performers Ibrahim and Fadi Ramadhani, known as The Ramadhani Brothers, wowed the audience with a death-defying acrobatic act. 

The judges were visibly shocked by their feats, with Kate Ritchie grabbing her face in amazement. 

On Sunday night's episode of Australia's Got Talent, two acrobats left the judges stunned and saw them awarded the Golden Buzzer. Pictured: Kate Ritchie with the The Ramadhani Brothers

On Sunday night’s episode of Australia’s Got Talent, two acrobats left the judges stunned and saw them awarded the Golden Buzzer. Pictured: Kate Ritchie with the The Ramadhani Brothers

Also thrilled, Alesha Dixon dramatically jumped on table and danced exuberantly above the other judges.

Kate was unable to keep her excitement to herself, slamming the Golden Buzzer and pushing the acrobats through to the Semi Final. 

‘I can’t even string a sentence together because I’ve never seen anything like it ever in my life’ Kate said to the pair. 

Tanzanian-based performers Ibrahim and Fadi Ramadhani, known as The Ramadhani Brothers, wowed the audience with a death-defying acrobatic act

Tanzanian-based performers Ibrahim and Fadi Ramadhani, known as The Ramadhani Brothers, wowed the audience with a death-defying acrobatic act

The judges were visibly shocked by their feats

The judges were visibly shocked by their feats

Also thrilled, Alesha Dixon dramatically jumped on table and danced exuberantly above the other judges

Also thrilled, Alesha Dixon dramatically jumped on table and danced exuberantly above the other judges

Kate was unable to keep her excitement to herself, slamming the Golden Buzzer and pushing the acrobats through to the Semi Final

Kate was unable to keep her excitement to herself, slamming the Golden Buzzer and pushing the acrobats through to the Semi Final

‘That was just absolutely incredible to the point I almost want to cry.’

British comedian and fellow judge David Walliams was equally impressed, lauding the brothers.  

‘Tonight a legend was born in this act with these two amazing performers’ he said passionately.

'I can't even string a sentence together because I've never seen anything like it ever in my life' Kate said to the pair

‘I can’t even string a sentence together because I’ve never seen anything like it ever in my life’ Kate said to the pair

'That was just absolutely incredible to the point I almost want to cry' she said

‘That was just absolutely incredible to the point I almost want to cry’ she said 

Ibrahim, 36, and Fadi, 26, have previously said they hope to win AGT and help children in their community. 

The pair are also aiming for a Guinness World Record for the most consecutive stairs climbed while balancing a person on the head.

Elsewhere in the episode, David joined 61-year-old male pole dancer Allan Reinikka on stage, stripping off and having a spin in his underwear. 

Elsewhere in the episode, David Walliams joined 61-year-old male pole dancer Allan Reinikka on stage, stripping off and having a spin in his underwear. Both pictured

Elsewhere in the episode, David Walliams joined 61-year-old male pole dancer Allan Reinikka on stage, stripping off and having a spin in his underwear. Both pictured 

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