‘AGT’ Season 19: Who Are Balloon Taro? A Japanese father-son duo aims to take their extremely random act worldwide

PASADENA, CALIFORNIA: Balloon Taro, an entertainment act, is set to appear on Season 19 of the hit NBC show “America’s Got Talent.” Taro, along with his son Subasa, will try their best to impress judges Heidi Klum, Simon Cowell, Howie Mandel, and Sofia Vergara with their unique balloon-bursting routine.

The duo who hail from Japan are set to bring joy and excitement to audiences across the nation with their fun and exciting performance. For those who may not know him, Taro has been perfecting his balloon burst for over two decades.

Taro’s ultimate goal is to bring his talent to audiences across the globe, sharing his act with people from all corners of the world. He envisions a future where his performances are enjoyed by individuals of various cultures and backgrounds, allowing him to make a lasting impact on the international stage. Through hard work and determination, Taro is determined to make his dream a reality and become a famous performer worldwide.

During the upcoming audition, the Japanese father-son duo will go above and beyond to stun the esteemed judging panel. Their act will center around the use of balloons, and they will incorporate unique techniques to pop the balloons and captivate the audience.

AGT's Balloon Taro comes from Japan (NBC)
AGT’s Balloon Taro comes from Japan (@nbc)

‘AGT’ Season 19: Balloon Taro has been doing this act for 23 years

“AGT” Season 19 contestant Balloon Taro has delighted children with his balloon-bursting act for an impressive 23 years, a truly remarkable feat. For the past twenty years, Taro has spread joy through his performances all over Japan, typically entertaining groups of around 100 children at a time.

While Taro and his son Subasa don’t always perform together, “America’s Got Talent” presents a special opportunity for them to share this memorable experience as a duo. This activity is one they will no doubt treasure and remember for years to come.

As they prepare to take on the “AGT” stage, it’s natural for nerves to run high, but once they begin their act, those nerves are sure to dissipate. Their unique balloon act is sure to captivate audiences, judges and everyone in between.

Balloon Taro has been doing this act for 23 years (NBC)
Balloon Taro has been doing this act for 23 years (@nbc)

Balloon Taro came to America for the first time to audition for “AGT” Season 19

Taro and his son Subasa traveled all the way from Japan to the United States for the very first time to try for Season 19 of “AGT”. They worked hard to achieve their dreams, proving that one must be willing to take risks and go beyond their comfort zone to achieve their goals. Dreams serve as a source of motivation and drive for the duo, encouraging them to aim high and put in the necessary effort to transform their aspirations into reality.

Balloon Taro came to America for the first time to audition for
Balloon Taro came to America for the first time to audition for “AGT” Season 19 (@nbc)

How to watch ‘America’s Got Talent’ Season 19?

The highly anticipated 19th season of “America’s Got Talent” has finally arrived, promising to showcase a new batch of talented individuals and captivating performances that will thrill audiences. The premiere episode made its debut on Tuesday, May 28, 2024, at 8:00 PM ET/5:00 PM PT, airing on the popular NBC network.

Fans of the show can expect a season full of exciting action, emotional moments and amazing talent that will keep them glued to their screens week after week. Prepare to be amazed as ‘America’s Got Talent’ continues to discover and celebrate the best talent the country has to offer.

New episodes are available every Tuesday at 8pm ET on NBC and can be streamed the next day on Peacock. By creating a Peacock account, you can easily access the latest performances and acts. Additionally, fans have the option to stream new episodes on Fubo TV, DirecTV and Sling TV.

“AGT” Season 19 returns with Sofia Vergara (Instagram/@agt)

“America’s Got Talent” Season 19 airs every Tuesday at 8:00 PM ET only on NBC

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