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The American public has voted, and the Ndlovu Youth Choir has made it to the Semi-finals of America’s Got Talent, our hearts are so full!


Hollywood, United States – Get ready to shed a tear again for the proudly South African Ndlovu Youth Choir as they have made their way to the next stage of America’s Got Talent 2019!

Earlier this week they performed their rendition of “Beautiful Day” by U2. The quarter-finals performances are voted for by the public as is ever round going forward. The acts performing on America’s Got Talent need to impress the audience at home in order to secure their place in the next phase of the competition.

As a nation, we crossed our fingers and hoped that the American public would love the Ndlovu Youth Choir as much as we do. The choir went up against two other acts and the judges chose to save them, putting them through to the semi-finals.

“We’re through to the semifinals of America’s Got Talent, the worlds biggest show. We’re living the dream and loving every moment of it. Thank you to everyone who loves and supports us, we love you back!”

We are over the moon for the choir and firmly believe they have got what it takes to make it all the way to the finals.

Sources: Twitter
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