Talent shows can be a fun and exciting experience, with judges providing humorous commentary, blaring music, and a diverse range of unique talents on display. However, they can also become repetitive, with singers and dancers often dominating the winners. But recently, things took a cute and unexpected turn as Hurricane, an adorable dog, and her owner won the top prize on “America’s Got Talent.” It’s pawsitively amazing!
America’s Got Talent has a new pair of winners – Hurricane and her owner Adrian
On September 27th, Adrian Stoica and his adorable dog, Hurricane, made history by winning the 18th season of America’s Got Talent. The duo not only secured the coveted $1 million-dollar grand prize but also earned a spot at the upcoming America’s Got Talent Presents: Superstars Live show at the Luxor Theater in Las Vegas.
Hurricane and Adrian’s win was a breath of fresh air for the viewers as they became the first dog act to triumph in AGT since 2012. Their exceptional performance was a crowd-pleaser, making millions of people laugh and stealing their hearts – they will surely be the talk of the town in the upcoming weeks.
The pair delivered an amazing performance which resembled a movie set
However, the victory did not come easy for them, as they faced stiff competition from incredible magician Anna DeGuzman and the Murmuration dance troupe in the final showdown. While every act was fascinating to watch, nothing could top the amazing performance prepared by Adrian and Hurricane.
Hurricane played the role of the director as she got behind the camera
Not every dog may be as quick a learner as Hurricane, but that should not discourage owners from exploring new tricks with their pets. Some owners choose to enroll their furry friends in dog training schools, attending classes and proudly displaying their diplomas. However, this is not a necessity; there are many dog training apps and YouTube videos that can aid in dog training.
With numerous impressive tricks which left the audience wondering “How did she learn that?” they won the hearts of the viewers
The more time dogs spend actively engaging with their owners – be it recall training or playing fetch – the stronger their bond will become. Dogs will recognize their owners as their best human and associate them with fun activities. They will (probably) never trade their owners for delicious treats.
“Hurricane is adorable, the smartest dog I’ve ever seen. This whole thing was adorable,” Heidi Klum gushed
Simon Cowell said “She should be in a movie or a musical because she’s the star”
Hurricane and Adrian are proof of the amazing bond between a dog and their loving owner
Dogs that receive mental stimulation through training are less likely to engage in destructive behaviors – they won’t chew on your favorite items out of boredom. Since our pets cannot play games on their phones or read books, it is the owners’ responsibility to provide entertainment and stimulation. This ensures a longer and happier life for them and can even help to prevent doggie dementia.