Afronita & Abigail Receive Standing Ovation At Britain’s Got Talent

By Majesty 2 Min Read

Afronita and her protege Abigail Dromo, two Ghanaian dancers, grabbed the show on Britain’s Got Talent with a thrilling dance performance that earned them a standing ovation.

Short clips of their engaging routine went viral on social media very quickly, making Ghanaians proud and excited.

The 20-year-old enthusiastic dancer Afronita opened her dance academy recently, providing young dancers with the chance to train under her guidance.

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The winner of Talented Kid’s 14th season was seven-year-old deaf dancer Abigail, who shown remarkable talent at such a young age.

Afronita told the judges prior to their performance that she was inspired by Abigail’s internet dancing videos and decided to mentor her. The judges gave them four passionate yeses, and Simon Cowell even praised them as one of his favourite auditions of the year, proving that their partnership was a winning combination.

The pair electrified the crowd with their renditions of Fuse ODG’s “Antenna” and “Dangerous Love,” which featured Sean Paul.

The pair took the essence of this colourful dance form to the Britain’s Got Talent stage, attracting spectators and even grabbing the attention of prominent British figures. They were dancing to the sounds of Azonto, a beloved cultural phenomenon in Ghana and the UK.

In addition to showcasing their extraordinary talent, Afronita and Abigail’s outstanding performance emphasised the Ghanaian culture’s lasting effect on the world stage, solidifying their place as rising stars in the dance industry.

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