Musa Motha
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Grab EVERY tissue in your vicinity and get ready for the most beautiful performance by talented South African dancer Musa Motha at America’s Got Talent: Fantasy League.


United States of America (07 February 2024) – Musa Motha is currently in Hollywood, taking part in America’s Got Talent: Fantasy League. Motha, who became a household name after his remarkable journey on Britain’s Got Talent in 2023, continues to inspire audiences globally with his resilience and talent.

His latest performance has left millions of people dabbing the tears from their eyes. For those who have followed Motha’s journey from the beginning, his appearance on America’s Got Talent: Fantasy League is a moment of triumph and redemption. Despite the disappointment of not winning Britain’s Got Talent, Motha has seized the opportunity to showcase his talent on an even grander stage, demonstrating resilience and determination in the face of adversity.

Musa was left in tears the moment his performance ended. The crowd stood in unison for a standing ovation and their cheers reverberated around the stage, causing overwhelm and sheer joy for Motha.

Simon Cowell began the judging process by explaining that he had watched Motha’s talented dance while in the United Kingdom, calling it a moment he would never forget.

Cowell calls Motha’s latest performance captivating, adding that the finals wouldn’t be the right without him. At that moment, Simon stands up and uses his Golden Buzzer to push Musa to the AGT: Fantasy League finals.

“Thank you, Simon. These are the moments where I think about, like, when I was struggling a lot in the hospital and then I kept on seeing people not making it, you know, but this is just a manifestation of everything I was dreaming about [everything] is happening right now.” – Musa Motha

Musa took to his Instagram account to share the moment. He quoted Oprah in his post, saying:

“I’ve come to believe that each of us has a personal calling that’s as unique as a fingerprint and that the best way to succeed is to discover what you love and then find a way to offer it to others in the form of service, working hard and also allowing the energy of the universe to lead you.” – Oprah Winfrey

This is the second time Motha has earned a Golden Buzzer for his performance, solidifying his stake in the competition and showing the world that talent comes from determination.

Take a look at the Golden Buzzer performance below. And we are serious about the tissues – go get them!

Sources: AGT
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