A group of dancing sisters from Morgan, Utah, now known as the "Fab Five Sisters," will appear in the finals of "America's Got Talent," to air Monday, Sept. 14 on NBC.
They loved to dance as children growing up on their parents' farm in Morgan. Years later, after their temple marriages and while raising children of their own, they began clogging as a birthday gift to their father who wished to see them dance again.
The five sisters—Shaundalee Morgan, Cambria Gibson, Veva Ahlstrom, LaChere Vawdrey and Ayrion Myers—are daughters of Craig and Valerie Whitear of the Morgan Utah North Stake.
"From a dairy farm in rural Utah where life consisted of raising wheat, cows, and family came five fabulous sisters who could accomplish daily dairy chores in the morning and dance like wildfire at dusk. Nearly three decades of dancing has brought tours, trophies, husbands, and kids," states the NBC Web site.
The "Fab Five Sisters" earned their spot in the championship round a week earlier when judges altered their rules to allow the fifth-place act to continue competing along with the fourth-place group, Voices of Glory.