- Mzansi Youth Choir wows the world, gets 1st-ever group golden buzzer on America’s Got Talent: SA sheds tears.
- Mzansi Youth Choir took the stage at America’s Got Talent and brought Simon Cowell and many others to tears.
- The hair-raising moment has been shared all over social media, showing the choir getting the first-ever group golden buzzer.
The people of Mzansi overflowed with pride as they watched the choir perform, making history
South African hearts were bursting with pride as the Mzansi Youth Choir took the stage on America’s Got Talent and made history by getting the first-ever group golden buzzer.
The talent in Mzansi is undeniable, and it is moments like this that show the world just what our people are made of.
Mzansi Youth Choir rocks the stage at America’sAmerica’s Got Talent Taking the choir to America to perform was a risk, but definitely, one that has proved fruitful. The incredibly talented choir performed Nightbird’s It’s Ok, and they brought one of the toughest judges, Simon Cowell, to tears.
All four judges pushed their buzzers, making this the first time a group has ever gotten the Golden Buzzer. What a show these amazing performers delivered!
Take a look at this unforgettable moment:
South African citizens shed a tear of pride for the choir This moment filled people with pride as it showed the world what Mzansi is made of! People from all over the world praised the choir, and the moment has gone viral and several platforms.
Mzansi judges Ndlovu Youth Choir’s rendition of Rihanna’s ‘Lift Me Up’ for ‘Black Panther: Wakanda Forever’ In related news, Briefly News reported that Ndlovu Youth Choir is no stranger to going viral for its unbelievable talent. The choir recently impressed South Africans with their touching rendition of Rihanna’s’ Lift Me Up. Netizens shared their appreciation for the cover. Many said that they could feel the emotion in the song.
Ndlovu Youth Choir had many impressed after singing Lift Me Up by Rihanna. The singers conveyed the emotion for the song dedicated to Chadwick Boseman, who passed away before the sequel to Black Panther was released.