UPDATED: Juan Carlos’ Latest AGT Performance More Fabulous Than Ever

By | August 6, 2014

Juan Carlos Restrepo, the one and only (or Juan and only) Montrose Rollerblade dancer, took to the Radio City Music Hall stage last night for a live performance on America’s Got Talent. Two words: epic fabulousness. And if you happen to catch this before 11 AM today, feel free to cast your vote to help Juan Carlos stay in the running for a $1 million grand prize and the chance to headline his own show in Las Vegas. Simply type “AGT” into the Google search bar and cast your vote.

Making Montrose proud one spin at a time.

UPDATE 8/7/14: Wednesday night, it was revealed that Juan Carlos did not get enough votes to make it to the final round of competition. Hopefully we’ll see him dancing in his usual location near the intersection of Montrose Boulevard and Allen Parkway very soon.

One response to “UPDATED: Juan Carlos’ Latest AGT Performance More Fabulous Than Ever”

  1. First off, can we talk about how nifty that voting interface within Google is?

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