|Age (at audition)||23-36|
|Position Reached||2nd/3rd Place, Semifinalist|
All That! consists of Mike Curtis, Delohn Collins, Brian Staggs, Mark Clifford, Kenneth Fithen, Brad Berry, Harrison Barnes, Drake Elkin, and Joel Harrison. As solo dancers, these guys have dominated the competition dance world for the last 15 years, collectively winning hundreds of Solo Grand Championship titles and thousands of trophies each. It was inevitable that they should join forces and do more than just compete. In 1999 the five came together to form the performance group, All That!, and started wowing audiences across the world. With international travels, the group has performed in Austria, Germany, Italy, Ireland, and Japan, participating in some of the world’s most popular festivals. All That!, also has many Television credits as well. They have been used as a promotional tool on the side of Mountain Dew cans as well as appearing in Dance Spirit magazine, USA Weekend and numerous other publications. In 2003, All That!, was awarded the highest honor in clogging, the Pioneer Award, for their continuous support in promoting clogging and ushering it into mainstream media. In 2007, they were the show openers for the University of Kentucky Basketball’s Midnight Madness, performing for over 23,000 people. Each dancer in All That! believes in giving back and helping those in need. These guys have raised thousands of dollars for terminally ill children, held benefits for youth sports leagues, and performed for The Cancer Society’s Relay for Life. 1
Season 1 AuditionEdit
Season 1 SemifinalsEdit
Season 1 Wild CardEdit
Season 1 FinalsEdit
Season 7 AuditionEdit
Season 7 Vegas RoundEdit
All That! was one of the Judges' Favorites in the Vegas Round. It was sorted into the "Dance Groups" category. Its performance consisted of more clogging in synchronicity. Its audition was strong enough for the judges to send it to the Quarterfinals along with 787 Crew.
Season 7 QuarterfinalsEdit
All That!'s Quarterfinals performance consisted of clogging as a group to "Black Betty." It finished in either fourth or fifth place in America's Vote. In the Judges' Choice, although Sharon Osbourne voted for it, Howard Stern and Howie Mandel did not, eliminating the act from the competition instead of Eric Dittelman.
Season 7 Wild CardEdit
All That! was brought back by Sharon Osbourne for the Wild Card Show. All That!'s performance consisted of clogging as a group to "Thunder" by Nuttin' But Stringz, an act that competed in Season 3, while silhouettes resembling the cloggers "danced" in the background. All That! finished in either fourth or fifth place in America's Vote. In the Judges' Choice, although Howie Mandel did not vote for the group, Howard Stern and Sharon did, sending the act to the Semifinals instead of Lindsey Norton.
Season 7 SemifinalsEdit
All That!'s Semifinals performance consisted of clogging as a group to "Good Feeling," at one point with flaming shoes. They did not receive enough votes to place in the Top 4 that night, eliminating them from the competition along with Shanice & Maurice Hayes, instead of Lightwire Theater.
- All That! is the only act in the history of America's Got Talent to participate in two Wild Card shows.
- All That! is the only act in the history of America's Got Talent to return to a future season after previously finishing in the finals.