Troupe with CF Dancer Finishes in Second Place on America’s Got Talent

The Boomer Esiason Foundation congratulates the Rocky Mountain Silhouettes — and team member Kelsie, who has cystic fibrosis — on their second-place finish in the popular “America’s Got Talent” television competition.

The Rocky Mountain Silhouettes are 42 kids from ages 3 to 19 that are technically trained in every style of dance plus acting, singing and tumbling. They are a part of the Rocky Mountain School of Dance, an award winning competitive performing arts studio from Denver, Colo. Team member Kelsie, 17, is yet another example of how people with CF are living, breathing and succeeding despite the disease.

Check out the amazing performance of the Silhouettes in the America’s Got Talent finals earlier this week …