Dance Crew Wows 'America's Got Talent' Judges With 'Mortal Kombat'-Inspired Routine: Watch

Adem Show
Justin Lubin/NBC

Adem Show perform on America's Got Talent.

Gamers, this one's for you. Adem Show, a dance crew hailing from Kyrgyzstan, blew the competition away on America's Got Talent last night (June 18) with a Mortal Kombat-inspired routine.

The crew's number, performed to a techno track, featured an abundance of robotic, and at times contortionist-like movements reminiscent of the characters in the classic '90s game. The performance ended in prolonged applause and (deservedly) earned a row of stunned looks from all four judges.

"Ok, I think everybody really enjoyed that," said Julianne Hough, who could barely get a word in between claps and cheers from the audience. "What you guys have created on stage is freaking amazing," she added.

"This was our dream to come to America's Got Talent," said one of the dancers, who cited America's Best Dance Crew winners the Jabawockeez as Adem Show's main source of inspiration. 

Even Simon Cowell was swayed by the performance. "It's about imagination, and that's what you've got," he admitted.

Check out the full routine below.