Halala: SA's Ndlovu Youth Choir goes through to AGT's live shows

Halala: SA's Ndlovu Youth Choir goes through to AGT's live shows

- SA's Ndlovu Youth Choir has gone through to the America's Got Talent live shows

- The choir has done Mzansi proud ever since they charmed the world with their first performance

- Mzansi social media users congratulated the group

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The Ndlovu Youth Choir has made it through to the live shows of America's Got Talent. They performed a spirited version of Waka Waka. Just last month, the choir gave South Africa a reason to celebrate after they blew the world away with their audition rendition of African Dream.

The choir, hailing from Limpopo, has once again given the country a reason to smile as they advanced to the live shows on Tuesday night.

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Making it this far is not an ordinary thing. Briefly.co.za previously reported on the choir's journey to the big league. The choir's inception dates back to 2009. Ever since it was established, it has impacted lives by bringing out the best of the children in the group. It has helped the members build their special abilities by overlooking their backgrounds. It is evident that the group is after transforming the lives of these children for a better cause.

The energy that the group displays is exemplary. Watching them juggle through singing and dancing at the same time would lift your spirits. They gave their best and that warmed the hearts of the audience.

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One of the show's judges, Simon Cowell, said of the group's performance:

"If I could bottle it, I would drink it every day."

Mzansi social media users were also filled with praise for the group with Twitter user Ellblue saying:

"Watched your performance on YouTube and it was BRILLIANT!! Wishing you all the best for the next round."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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