Uganda’s talented dance group Ghetto Kids earlier secured a Golden Buzzer from Bruno Tonioli on Britain Got Talent search earlier today.
Over the weekend, Britain Got Talent returned to the screens and a number of acts embarked on exchanging swords to take home the top prize.
The show’s 16th season offers a life-altering big prize to one of Britain’s most gifted contestants.
Uganda’s Ghetto Kids, are some of the performers that took centre stage in the competitions and are eyeing the top prize.
The Ghetto Kids, who were dressed in coordinated green and patterned clothes, put on an upbeat routine to a medley of songs that delighted the audience and judge Tonioli to the point that he couldn’t wait to push the buzzer and release golden confetti as they continued to dance.
This is the first Golden Buzzer to be awarded to any performer at the 16th edition of ITV’s Britain Got Talent competition under the judgement of Bruno Tonioli, Amanda Holden, Alesha Dixon, and Simon Cowell.
The Ghetto Kids are a group of young street and orphaned young children, of all ages who uplift their lives through dance, music, and drama.