[WATCH] Mzansi's Ndlovu Youth Choir headed for AGT's live shows!
Only seven acts make it through to the live shows of America's Got Talent - and the Ndlovu Youth Choir has done it!
In June, the Ndlovu Youth Choir hailing all the way from Limpopo blew America and the world away with their audition at America's Got Talent. And on Tuesday night they made it through to the next round - the live shows!
The youth choir from South Africa excites the crowd with a high energy cover of "Waka Waka!"
What you represent is unity and collectiveness. BeautifulJulianne Hough, Judge - America's Got Talent
Pure Magic. Great job.Gabrielle Union, Judge - America's Got Talent
If I could bottle it, I would drink it every day.Simon Cowell, Judge - America's Got Talent
The is so amazing! Wooohoooo!!!!’l 🙏🏾🙌🏾 https://t.co/uui4msNjXf— Ndlovu Youth Choir (@ChoirAfrica) July 17, 2019
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