The golden buzzer did not stop them from finishing their historic performance! THE GHETTO KIDS

Bruno Tonioli just couldn't resist pushing his Golden Buzzer for these inspirational kids. The golden buzzer did not stop them from finishing their historic performance! THE GHETTO KIDS

This month, the well-liked ITV talent competition returns for its 16th season with a big prize that might change a person’s life.

Since it debuted in 2007, BGT has given rise to a number of celebrities, including the dance group Diversity, the tenor vocalist Paul Potts, George Sampson, Ashleigh and Pudsey, Collabro, and Susan Boyle, who is probably the most famous former participant, and many actors, and performers.

Dancers, singers, comedians, magicians, and more will all take the stage in an effort to win over the judges and secure a position at this year’s Royal Variety Performance in addition to a monetary award.

They performed SO WELL and received Bruno’s Golden Buzzer in the Middle of their performance | Auditions | BGT 2023.

Members of the dance group Ghetto Kids range in age from five to thirteen. The group, formerly known as Triplets Ghetto Kids, was established in 2014.

The group was founded by Daouda Kavuma and was made up of kids from the Katwe slum in Kampala, Uganda.

Famous Performances

Ghetto Kids perform to FIFA President in Qatar

Additionally, the group was interviewed by Jimmy Fallon on his US talk show and featured on BBC News. The group traveled to France in January to appear at halftime of Paris Saint-Germain’s home match against Reims at the Parc des Princes.

Prior to the game, the group not only performed in front of thousands but also spoke with PSG players including Kylian Mbappé.

They also appeared in the Unforgettable music video by French Montana, and they gave a performance during the World Cup opening ceremonies in Qatar the previous year.
The group originally gained notoriety in 2014 after posting a video of themselves dancing to Sitya Loss by Eddy Kenzo, which amassed 8 million views.

Ronald Santiago, a member of Triplet Ghetto Kids, said to Euro News, “Back then, we didn’t know what the word viral meant. So, when we were working on that video, we didn’t know it was going to go viral.”
The first video’s success allowed Kavuma to invest in resources to advance the group, and the singer later asked them to appear in the song’s official music video.

The group has 520k YouTube subscribers, which is a sizable fan base. You could become a fan too by subscribing to their channel. Thanks for your support

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