Southlake Carroll's high-kicking dance team, the Emerald Belles, were eliminated from "America's Got Talent" Wednesday night.
The Emerald Belles were one of three acts up for the "Dunkin' Save," along with Ansley Burns and Sophie Pecora. Burns won the online vote and advanced to the next round.
The dance team made it through the show's first two rounds to earn a chance to perform on Tuesday's live show.
The Emerald Belles debuted on "America's Got Talent" on June 4, and advanced a second time on July 16 after a high-kicking performance to a Britney Spears song.
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The team is known for its eye-popping choreography and signature jump-splits.
Video of their performances have gone viral -- and when we say viral, we're not just talking a few thousand views.
The video below from a 2017 dance competition has been viewed more than 3.5 million times!
And since we find their dancing to be mesmerizing, check out the 2018 dance competition. Since February it's had more than 1.4 million views.
Is it just us, or does the floor look like it's moving when the entire squad starts the high kicks?
A writer for our media partners at GuideLive.com was once a member of the Emerald Belles, CLICK HERE to read all about it.