Uganda Ghetto Kids had a spectacular debut on Britain’s Got Talent, leaving an indelible impression on both the judges and the public.
They made history with their amazing dance performance. The golden buzzer, which is supposed to be touched at the end of the program, was pressed in the middle of the performance by one of the judges who couldn’t stop smiling as he watched the kids dance.
The orphanage, led by Daouda Kavuma, houses 30 homeless children, some of them are orphans.
According to their founder, Ugandan ghetto kids are on a mission to uplift children in all aspects of their lives by using the power of song and drama to create a brighter future.
With their remarkable dancing performances, Ugandan ghetto youngsters have captured the attention of the entire world. Their dedication to dance has garnered them national and worldwide fame.
These individuals choose to compete on the hit British television reality show British Got Talent in order to obtain wider recognition for their talents.
The group was able to secure a position on the competition show, and their performance was memorable.
Ugandan Ghetto Kids lit up the room with their first performance, getting the crowd and judges on their feet and ecstatic about what the kids were performing.
The group’s performance video has become popular on social media, particularly on Twitter.