- Felicia Mabuza-Suttle stuck to the promise she made to the Ndlovu Youth Choir
- Sticking to her promise, Felicia went and visited the choir before their big performance in the finals
- The Ndlovu Youth Choir members were overwhelmed with emotion and could not thank Felicia enough for her visit
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Felicia Mabuza-Suttle never for a second doubted that the Ndlovu Youth Choir would make it to the America's Got Talent final. She made a promise to them and best believe she kept it.
The incredible Mzansi-born entertainment star has made an international name for herself thanks to her incredibly popular talk show, The Felicia Show.
Briefly.co.za knows how incredibly proud the Ndlovu Youth Choir has made the people of Mzansi. Even though the choir is from South Africa, they have stolen the hearts of many Americans.
Felicia relocated to the US many years ago to pursue her career, but Mzansi will forever be where her heart lies. Seeing a group of South African’s dominating filled Felicia with pride.
Being a proud South African, Felicia felt that it was her patriotic duty to extend her support to the choir. Felicia reached out and promised to visit them before the big finale, and that is exactly what she did.
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The Ndlovu Youth Choir was overcome with emotion when Felicia came to visit them as she had promised. Having someone from home come to show them support after being away from home for so long is more than they could have asked for.
Felicia took to social media with an emotional clip of her visit with the choir. In the post, Felicia wished the choir luck in the finale and reminded them that they are already winners!
With immense gratitude and hearts filled with emotion, the Ndlovu Youth Choir responded, thanking Felicia for fuelling their spirits before the biggest performance of their lives.
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