By Ranell Dickson Nsereko
Following the auditions, a total of 40 exceptional contestants, including the remarkable Uganda’s Ghetto Kids who received the golden buzzer, advanced to the semi-finals. Now, the finalists are captivating audiences with their live performances, striving to secure a spot in the highly anticipated grand finale and win the coveted grand prize of £250,000.
The winner will also earn a remarkable opportunity to showcase their talent in the prestigious Royal Variety Performance, a televised variety show that annually raises funds for the Royal Variety Charity and is graced by esteemed members of the British Royal Family.
During the semi-finals, the viewer’s hold the power to decide one lucky contestant who will progress to the final stage, while the esteemed panel of judges consisting of Amanda Holden, Bruno Tonioli, Simon Cowell, and Alesha Dixon will determine another finalist.
The thrilling semi-final rounds of Britain’s Got Talent will continue to captivate audiences nightly throughout this week on ITV1 and ITVX at 8PM. The grand finale of this exhilarating journey will be witnessed on June 4th.
The first set of acts that took the stage on Monday 29th included the talented dancer Musa Motha, United 2 Dance from KLA, Enzo Weyne, Abi Carter-Simpson, Ichikawa Koikuchi, Amy Lou, Parkour Collective, and Gamal John. Among these remarkable performers, it was dancer Musa Motha and singer Amy Lou who secured their positions as the first two finalists out of the ten.
As the week progresses, the highly anticipated performance of the Ghetto Kids will be happening within this week and all eyes are on them especially from Uganda and East Africa as they aim to secure their place in the finals.
The BGT 2023 contestants were chosen by the judges earlier this month after acts auditioned for the panel all around the UK.