Disabled Mzansi Dancer Wows ‘Britain’s Got Talent’ Judges, Video of Performance Moves People to Tears

Disabled Mzansi Dancer Wows ‘Britain’s Got Talent’ Judges, Video of Performance Moves People to Tears

  • A South African amputee dancer showcased his impressive skills on Britain's Got Talent and won over the judges
  • The disabled gent moved with absolute grace and got the special golden buzzer on the popular talent show
  • The dancer's performance moved SA netizens to tears, and they said they were behind him all the way

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A disabled Mzansi dancer wowed 'Britain's Got Talent' judges
A video of a disabled dancer performing on 'Britain's Got Talent' went viral. Image: @eva_da_divao
Source: TikTok

A disabled dancer, Musa Motha, is waving South Africa's flag high in the United Kingdom on Britain's Got Talent.

South African amputee dancer shines on Britain's Got Talent

According to News24, the talented guy lost his leg at a young age due to cancer. That didn't stop Musa from pursuing his dreams, and he is now a viral hit for dazzling on the talent show competition on Saturday night.

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Musa made history after all four judges pressed the golden buzzer simultaneously, and they had no choice but to advance him to the next round, reported ChronicleLive.

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Most South Africans caught Musa's performance on social media, which left them beaming with pride.

Video of Musa Motha dancing on Britain's Got Talent goes TikTok viral

The TikTok video posted by @eva_da_divao has been online for a day and already has 114 000 views. People supported the kasi guy from Sebokeng and said that he instilled national pride in them.

Watch the video below:

Musa's heartwarming performance floored SA TikTokkers

@mamkhatshwa01 said:

"Proud moment for South Africa. Spread your wings Musa.❤️"

@avril_albetti mentioned:

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"I can’t stop my tears from falling. Tears of joy."

@ruth_lalla commented:

"This says a lot about life. Tragedy may be a reason for a breakthrough, all things work together for the good."

@rozzettalsgseitei wrote:

"Well done Musa, feeling proud to be a South African citizen because of you. I now believe nothing is impossible."

@sweetyellow33 stated:

"You are going places. When Simon smiles and claps just know that big doors are opening for you."

@smings99 said:

"Bangene ntwana. Stay true to yourself. Mzansi magic at its best."

@tauresfit20 added:

"Straight from Vaal to the world."

Energetic dance moves of confident woman in TikTok video trend, leaving Mzansi impressed by her flexibility

In another article, Briefly News reported that a young woman uploaded a video of her dancing on TikTok, and her energy levels made her trend.

A TikTok user has been trending on TikTok after she uploaded a video of her dancing showcasing her ability to kick high up in the air. She trended for her ability to own her performance and exude self-assurance, which left a lasting impression on all who witnessed her dance.

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Hilary Sekgota (Head of Desk for Evening and Weekend content) Hilary Sekgota is the Head of Desk for Evening and Weekend content at Briefly News. She completed a BA in Communication Science from Unisa in 2018 and a Diploma in Journalism from Varsity College in 2010. She also passed a set of trainings by Google News Initiative. Hilary joined the Briefly News team in 2022 and started her journalism career at Tshwane Sun. She has 12 years of experience covering current affairs and human interest topics. Email: hilary.sekgota@briefly.co.za

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