Uganda’s renowned dance group, Ghetto Kids, unfortunately did not make it to the final of Britain’s Got Talent.
Despite their exceptional performance, they were unable to secure one of the top three positions in the recently concluded competition.
Having successfully battled against numerous talented competitors, the group reached the finals of Britain’s Got Talent, an achievement in itself.
However, the ultimate winner of the competition was Viggo Venn, a 33-year-old comedian from Norway, who claimed the coveted title of Britain’s Got Talent 2023 champion along with the grand prize of £250,000 (approximately Sh42.8 million) and a performance slot at the Royal Variety Performance.
Lilliana Clifton, a 13-year-old dancer, secured second place, while Cillian O’Connor, a 14-year-old magician, came in third.
The highly anticipated final, which took place on June 4, 2023, showcased an exceptional lineup of talent from the previous stages of the competition.
Ghetto Kids, along with other standout performers such as Malakai Bayoh, Duo Odyssey, Musa Motha, Amy Lou, Olivia Lynes, Travis George, and more, graced the stage with their remarkable skills.
Ghetto Kids, founded in 2014 by Daouda Kavuma, holds the distinction of being the first dance group from the Katwe slums in Kampala, Uganda, to compete on such a prominent platform like Britain’s Got Talent.