- The Ndlovu Youth Choir has been making South Africa proud ever since they wowed judges on popular US talent show, America's Got Talent
- They've made it to the finale and are up against some stiff competition
- South Africa believes in them 100% though
The energetic and wildly talented Ndlovu Youth Choir is getting ready for the America's Got Talent finale and they are promising to blow us away once more.
They've been making Mzansi so proud over the last few weeks and we look forward to what they'll do next.
As they gear up and prepare, we take a look at their competition.
Detroit Youth Choir
This group of kids have left the judges and viewers with tears in their eyes. They are one of the most popular acts on the show.
Tyler impressed so much that he got Simon Cowell's Golden Buzzer - not an easy feat. The young violinist has leukaemia but that's not what got him this far - he is truly talented.
Kodi is another crowd favourite and is a 22-year-old singer and pianist. Kodi may be blind and autistic, but he's blessing the world with amazing music.
Voices of Service
These veterans are impressing everyone with their beautiful music that can evoke many emotions. Older viewers are especially fond of them.
Light Balance Kids
This Ukrainian dance group uses light in their performances and has done an excellent job at it. People love what they do.
The Indian dance-and-tumbler group also got a Golden Buzzer - theirs from Dwayne Wade. Their entertaining performances have made them different but super popular.
Emanne won Arabs Got Talent in 2017 and also bagged a Golden Buzzer - guest judge Jay Leno's. She's a big favourite and her voice is described as magical.
Benicio is only 14, but he composes his own music and impressed the judges with his own song, Fall Apart. Needless to say, he's a favourite with viewers.
Ryan is a very funny man, which is good because he's doing stand-up comedy. He's had the crowd laughing since his first audition and is also a favourite with fans of the show.
Briefly.co.za wishes the Ndlovu Youth Choir all the best in their upcoming performance. Knock them out!
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