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Subway Pole Dancers Try Their Act on America



    Subway Pole Dancers Try Their Act on America
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    They brought the words "dirty dancing" to a whole new level when they pole danced in the subway -- and now they're taking their act to Hollywood. 

    The "Pole-Ite Girls", known for their burlesque act on the N and L subway trains, will try their luck, auditioning for the fifth season of NBC reality show "America's Got Talent."

    The show brings singers, dancers, comedians and other performers to the stage to compete for the $1-million dollar prize. 

    The producer called the girls after watching their YouTube video that recieved nearly 3 million views. 

    "We are ready to take what we learned in the subway and show the nation something they've never seen before," Isis Masoud, an actress and choreographer from Queens told NY Daily News

    The girls will perform for 90 seconds at the Hammerstein Ballroom in hopes of making it to the next round in Las Vegas and face judges like Sharon Osbourne.   

    "Only in New York City can you ride the N train all the way to NBC," Masoud told the News.

    The new season of "America's Got Talent" will debute on June 1.