Ghetto Kids: Ugandan dance group stuns everyone to reach Britain’s Got Talent finals

The Ghetto Kids, a Ugandan dance group has made it to the finals at Britain’s Got Talent after an unforgettable performance during the semifinals.

Britain’s Got Talent is a televised talent competition where groups and individuals showcase their talents in various categories on a stage before a panel of judges.

Contestants can move on to the next stage of the competition either when they get three “Yeses” from the judges or when they get the golden buzzer, which grants them a place in the semi-finals stage allowing them to skip the boot camp stage.

The golden buzzer sends a shower of gold confetti onto the stage and sends the contestants straight through to the show’s final rounds.

The Ugandan dance troupe stunned judges at the competition’s semifinals after beating stiff competition from magician Miki Dark; dance group Notorious; comedian Markus Birdman; yo-yo experts Toy Toy Toy; singer Dylan B and guitarist, Harry Churchill.

The Ugandan dance troupe will now face off with other acts including comedian Viggo Venn from Norway , 11-year-old Olivia Lynes, amputee dancer Musa Motha from London, and Amy Lou from Tipton, West Midlands in the finals.

The Ghetto Kids rose to fame when their dance video for the popular song Sitya Loss by Eddy Kenzo went viral in 2014 and they have never looked back.

They have gone ahead to perform at various stages both home and broad including appearing in the music video for the song ‘Unforgettable’ by musician French Montana and the Black Entertainment Television awards (BET) among others.

The group recently left a mark in the Britain’s Got Talent competition with an electrifying show that saw them receive the golden buzzer in the middle of a performance, the first time in history this was being done.

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