Talented Ghanaian Dancers Afronita And Abigail Make It To ‘Britain’s Got Talent’ Finals: ‘It’s Been So Emotional’

by Gee NY

Talented Ghanaian dancers Afronita and Abigail have secured their spot in the grand finale of Britain’s Got Talent (BGT) after a breathtaking performance that left both the audience and viewers at home in awe.

The duo, hailing from Accra, Ghana, showcased their electrifying Azonto routine, a dance and music genre native to Ghana, to the beats of Brighter Days by Sigala.

Their performance in the fourth semi-final on Thursday, May 30, 2024, earned them the public vote, propelling them to Sunday’s final.

Afronita, a 20-year-old dance teacher, and her protege, seven-year-old Abigail, captivated the audience at the Eventim Apollo with their seamless moves and infectious energy.

The cheers from the crowd were so deafening that the judges struggled to give their feedback.

Simon Cowell, one of the judges, expressed his belief that Afronita and Abigail could be contenders for the winning title, admitting that he had changed his mind after witnessing their performance.

The journey of this dynamic duo began when Afronita met Abigail, a deaf dancer who had previously won a major talent competition in Ghana, at her own dance studio.

Their partnership inspired emerging dancers in the region and has won the hearts of audiences worldwide.

Reflecting on their success, Afronita expressed her gratitude to everyone who supported them, describing the experience as “so emotional.”

“We are grateful to everyone who supported us and we are so grateful. Honestly, it’s been so emotional. I don’t know what to say but yeah. Thank you to God and to everyone who voted for us,” she said.

Their performance showcased their talent and also brought joy and enthusiasm to the Britain’s Got Talent stage.

With their infectious personality and remarkable talent, Afronita and Abigail have left a lasting impression, leaving fans eagerly awaiting their appearance in the final.

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