- Ugandan dance group Ghetto Kids came close at the 2023 Britain’s Got Talent.
- The group lost to Norwegian comedian Viggo Venn.
- Viggo Venn, as this year’s winner of Britain’s Got Talent, walks home with a cash prize of £250,000 (about Ksh. 36,982,130.11).
Ugandan dance group Triplets Ghetto Kids came close but lost Britain’s Got Talent 2023 competition to Norwegian comedian Viggo Venn.
The group of six children aged between six and thirteen years old has had quite a smooth run through this year’s edition of the highly contested competition through to the grand finale.
The finale held on 4th June 2023 featured Ghetto Kids, Malakai Bayoh , Duo Odyssey, Musa Motha, Amy Lou, Viggo Venn, Olivia Lynes, Travis George, Cillian O’Connor, Lillianna Clifton.
In April, the Ghetto Kids grabbed news headlines after they won a golden buzzer at the return of Britain’s Got Talent 2023 competition.
Italian choreographer, ballroom and Latin dancer, and Television personality, Bruno Tonioli hit the Golden Buzzer to give the Ghetto Kids a standing ovation at their very first audition at the competition.
Dancing on a customized stage to showcase a typical local Ugandan village homestead, the group managed to put on a performance to remember in the semi-finals.Their showcase of exciting choreography caught the attention of the world and they continued to cruise through the semi-finals as the first act to reach the finals.
Viggo Venn, as this year’s winner of Britain’s Got Talent, walks home with a cash prize of £250,000 (about Ksh. 36,982,130.11 ).
The Norwegian will also have the chance of performing at the Royal Variety Performance- a televised variety show held annually in the United Kingdom to raise money for the Royal Variety Charity- later this year.