Ghetto Kids; Uganda’s Dance Group Moves Judges in Britain’s Got Talent

The 2023 season of Britain’s Got Talent has begun. The famous dance group Ghetto Kids from Uganda joined the show.

Simon Cowell63, Amanda Holden (52), Alisha Dixon (44), and newcomer Bruno Tonioli (67) will continue to serve as judges.

The 30 children who make up The Ghetto Kids live in an orphanage in Uganda. It was a powerful performance that left the judges speechless.

Italian choreographer Bruno Tonioli couldn’t contain his excitement at the stage performance of Ghetto Kids and hastily pressed the golden buzzer during the presentation.

Tonioli claimed he felt “I wanted to explode” after the event because of their performance.

“You were about to explode. You should be proud of yourself, and I look forward to your return.

Before pressing the buzzer, Tonioli declared, “We gotta do it now,” and the group immediately began their live performance.

The triplet ghetto children continued the show as they danced over the golden confetti.

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What are Ghetto Kids?

The Ghetto Kids is a dance/music group consisting of children from the Katwe slum in Kampala, Uganda, founded in 2014 by Daouda Kavuma. They have appeared on major platforms around the world, including appearing in French’s Montana’s “Unforgettable” video and his 2022 World Cup event in Qatar.

A video featuring dancers Alex, Fred, Batill, Patricia, and Isaac in Eddie Kenzo’s “Sitya Loss” went viral in 2014, garnering over 8 million views on YouTube and other social media.

Kenzo claimed he didn’t know about the clip until a friend told him about it. It marked the beginning of the ghetto kids. He composed and produced some music for the group which toured Africa and the UK over the next few months.

Despite their loss, the Ghetto Kids continue to perform and tour throughout Africa. On November 30, 2015, 14-year-old Alex died in a bicycle accident. The group has garnered praise from American musicians P. Diddy and Nicki Minaj, and in 2017 appeared in his Unforgettable video in Montana, France, which helped launch his career in the country. rice field.

In January 2023, the Ghetto Kids traveled to France to perform at the half-time of football club Paris Saint-Germain’s home game against Reims at the Parc des Princes. They also met his PSG players such as Kylian Mbappe before the match.

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