After a while, if you spend a lot of time watching reality television shows, you could have the impression that you’ve seen everything there is to see.

Despite the fact that shows like American Idol were the ones that initially got people interested in these kinds of challenges, the trend has persisted on other shows. There are a variety of shows that are even more unique and bizarre than The Voice, which is saying something considering that it is a competition show that focuses solely on singing.

To be more specific, there aren’t many things that are stranger than America’s Got Talent. Performers from all walks of life, including singers, dancers, magicians, mimes, and others, compete on that show for the chance to be seen all over the world.

When you think you’ve seen it all, someone comes along to turn everything upside down.

That was undeniably the situation for one of the acts on the 2019 season of the show.

When the video first starts, all of the judges are seated in a circle, waiting for the next performance to take the stage. As soon as he stepped foot in the room, he introduced himself as Patrizio Ratto and stated that he was an Italian pianist.

After a brief introduction, he informs everyone that he will be playing some classical music for them in the following moments. At this point, judge Simon Cowell rolls his eyes; it is obvious that he has witnessed this before, and he isn’t particularly interested.

In spite of this, the remaining judges make room for him to perform, and he walks over to the piano and sits down on the bench there.

He doesn’t play more than a few notes, but that’s enough to have a feel for the instrument before he sits down.

Following that, he begins playing Beethoven’s “Für Elise.” Despite the fact that he has a wonderful touch on the piano and that he sounds fantastic, it is very evident that the judges are not especially interested in hearing this song performed again. Despite the fact that the members of the audience are yawning, he keeps on… but then something unexpected occurs. The song takes an unexpected turn, and Ratto begins to imitate a series of robotic movements at the same time.

Soon after, he begins to spasm all over the place and knocks the piano bench over behind him as he does so.

At this time, everybody in the room has come to the conclusion that the pianist is not at all who he claimed to be at the beginning of the performance.

Soon after, the tune he was playing transformed into an electronic beat, and he began to breakdance and contort his body all over the stage.

I’d like to offer my sincere congratulations to Patrizio Ratto on the absolutely fantastic job he did. Be sure to view the entire thing by clicking on the following link:

By Anna

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