VIDEO: Czech Talent Show Trampoline Act Goes Viral

VIDEO: Czech Talent Show Trampoline Act Goes Viral

This season’s Česko Slovensko má talent – the local Czech take on Britain’s Got Talent – is currently in full swing, but it’s a video from last year that has been making waves online recently.

It’s a clip from the sixth episode of last season’s show that features Russian trampoline artist Vladimir Georgievsky and a pratfalling routine that seems inspired by silent comedians.

During the routine, Georgievsky is seen “accidentally” falling about the stage and a ladder before bounding atop a large trampoline.

On the Arabic Facebook page Cliphay18, a low-quality version of the video has more than 9 million views and 200,000 shares since being posted earlier this week.

Here’s the original video from the official Česko Slovensko má talent YouTube channel:

Georgievsky was originally a performer with the Moscow State Circus, but he emigrated to the UK in the 1990s after meeting his future wife in Swansea.

This wasn’t his first talent show go-around. Earlier in 2015, he performed the same routine on Britain’s Got Talent.

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Dave Park

David Park was born and raised in Baltimore and has been living in the Czech Republic since 2009 after studying journalism in Prague. No stranger to controversial topics, feel free to comment on his articles and let him know how you *really* feel.

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