Ghetto Kids, a well-known dance group from Uganda, has made history after they secured a golden buzzer at the 16th season of Britain’s Got Talent (BGT) show.
There electrifying and powerful debut on Britain’s Got Talent leaves an unforgettable impression on the judges and audience alike.
From the inception of the show, the Golden buzzer, a coveted ‘prize’ for contestants eyeing the prize money in the competition, grants an automatic place in the live rounds (Semi-Finals) and are normally pressed at the end of performances.
However, The golden buzzer, which is to be pressed after the end of the show, was pressed in the middle of their performance by one of the judges signifying the first-time in history such a gesture would happen.
Appearing in beautiful green-dominating attires, the group of 5 immediately warmed up the audience with their generous smiles and a heartwarming story of how they rose to fame through dance.
These five and other twenty-five kids are headed by Daouda Kavuma, who operates an orphanage home in Kampala which provides shelter to homeless children and some orphans.
“Ghetto kids is all about making their lives better through paying their school fees, feeding them, [paying] hospital bills, all the basic needs that a child wants,” he said in a montage played before the BGT performance.
Ugandan ghetto kids, as described by their founder, are on a mission to uplift children in all facets of their existence, leveraging the power of music and drama to create a brighter future.
The Ugandan ghetto kids have attracted the world’s attention with their outstanding dance performances. The hard work they invest in dance has earned them both national and international recognition.
This performance!! Woow 🥰Golden Buzzer well deserved.
🇺🇬 Ghetto Kids
— Ivan Bwowe (@BwoweIvan) April 16, 2023