Ugandans will always remember the 16th season of Britain’s Got Talent thanks to the Triplets Ghetto Kids. After being taken straight to the semifinals during auditions by Italian choreographer, ballroom and Latin dancer, and television personality, Bruno Tonioli when he hit the Golden Buzzer, the dance group didn’t disappoint last night during their second performance.
The Ghetto Kids have once again brought pride to Uganda as they secured a well-deserved spot in Britain’s Got Talent final. The energetic performers are set to showcase their incredible skills in an eagerly anticipated final performance.
During their mesmerizing performance on Wednesday, the Ghetto Kids put on African attire, dancing on a customized stage. They showcased a typical local Ugandan village homestead and the group put on a memorable performance.
The joy on their faces was evident when they were announced as the winners of that stage.
The Ghetto Kids emerged as the clear winners of the public vote. The list of confirmed finalists are Welsh singer, Travis George, Norwegian comedian Viggo Venn, 11-year-old Olivia Lynes from Bath, amputee dancer Musa Motha from London, and singer Amy Lou from Tipton, West Midlands.
Shortly after making it to the finals, the Ghetto Kids wrote this on their Facebook page;
“We are at the FINALS ????? God is Great! Thank you Britain’s Got Talent this is huge for us, for Uganda and for Africa! To the amazing Team, Our Choreographers Namata Esther , Nandala Mathew, Chamuka Africa & @rickydux_idu thank you!
Our Family @reema80,Ronnie Vybz @angelaymoore @marionjay17 Kavuma Dauda Chishala Patrick Kunda thank you all #inspireghettokids #ghettokids #bgt #britainsgottalent #MakingLifeBetterthroughDance.
The Ghetto Kids are the first Ugandan acts to take part and get to the finals of Britain’s Got Talent a televised British talent show competition that is also part of the global Got Talent franchise created by television personality Simon Cowell. Britain’s Got Talent finals will be held on Sunday 4 June 2023. The acts are competing for a £250,000 cash prize and a chance to perform at the Royal Variety performance.
The Ghetto Kids rose to fame in 2014 when a video of their unique dance moves to Eddy Kenzo’s ‘Sitya Loss’ became viral.
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