What you need to know:
- Britain’s Got Talent (often abbreviated to BGT) is a televised British talent show competition, and part of the global Got Talent.
- The highly anticipated final is scheduled to take place this Sunday.
The Triplets Ghetto Kids, a Ugandan dance group, is just a step away from winning the 16th edition of Britain’s Got Talent show after their impressive display during the semi-finals at the Hammersmith Apollo entertainment venue in London, UK, on Wednesday.
The Ugandan dancers had earlier on in April made history after receiving a Golden buzzer from judge Bruno Tonioli, which was also their first attempt in the competition.
The buzzer sent them straight to the semi-finals, skipping the boot camp stage of the competition.
Their performance last evening didn’t just impress Tonioli alone but the rest of the judges as well. It was energetic, well-scripted, and full of skills.
Clad in a yellow patterned African attire with a Ugandan flag on a customised stage that showed a typical local Ugandan village homestead, the group meant business with their dance moves on a medley of upbeat songs.
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