All That! returns to America's Got Talent stage

Source: NBC.com
Source: NBC.com

MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) - An all male clogging group from Myrtle Beach is making national noise performing on the NBC hit America's Got Talent this season, and they're counting on your vote to keep them on the show.

After an audition for NBC's America's Got Talent in Tampa, FL this season, the clogging group ALL THAT! was seen performing on the hit talent-seeking show.

And before heading to New Jersey to participate in LIVE episodes, the group stopped in the WMBF News studio for WMBF News This Week with Michael Maely, showing off their sweet skills and giving Michael a short dance lesson.

All That! waited with anticipation during the results episode on Wednesday, July 25, but were forced into the last elimination round of the quarterfinals with mind reader Eric Dittleman.

Two of the three judges chose to keep Dittleman, and that's when All That! caught their second lucky break.

Judge Sharon Obsourne broke down, and decided it's never the wrong time to use that 'Wild Card,' choosing to save the group to perform on the show another day.

All That! will return to the AGT stage when the show returns on August 21 to battle it out against other fan favorites for a spot in the semifinals.

Clogger Mike Curtis tells WMBF News Anchor Michael Maely, "Well, it's not what we wanted but we're still alive!"

Will the group survive another week? Well that's up to you. Online voting begins at 10 p.m. after the show concludes. Log on to cast your vote for All That! and ensure their spot on the show.

The Facebook page for clogging group ALL THAT! says they regularly perform Monday through Saturday at the Carolina Opry and in the Good Vibrations show.

Group members Mike Curtis, Brian Staggs, Mark Clifford, Kenneth Fithen, Brad Berry, Harrison Barnes and Joel Harrison have been dancing competitively for 15 years, and together as a performance group for the past five years.

According to the group's Facebook page, they were the 1st runner-up in the 2006 season of America's Got Talent, returning for the win in the 2012 summer season.

ALL THAT! has performed internationally in Austria, Germany, Italy, Ireland and Japan.

Stay tuned to WMBF week nights this summer for America's Got Talent to see more amazing performances.

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