Uganda’s famous juvenile dance group, Ghetto Kids, left an unforgettable impression on the judges and audience on the 16th season of Britain’s Got Talent 2023 with a stunning performance on Saturday night.
Their dance performance was so electrifying that they made history. The golden buzzer, which is often pressed at the end of the show, was pressed in the middle of the performance of children aged 5 to 13.
The judges couldn’t control their joy as they watched the kids dance.
According to their leader, Daouda Kavuma, the group is made up of 30 homeless children, some of whom are orphans.
“Ghetto Kids is like an orphanage in Uganda. We are 30 Kids living in one house. ”, one of the kids, who was picked up from the streets of Uganda, said on the stage.
“We are one big family. Before, I was living on the streets of Kampala. Being part of the Ghetto Kids has given me a lot of opportunities.” , he added.
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A few days ago, the kids were in France and visited Paris Saint Germain. They were also in Qatar last year during the preparations for the 2022 World cup.