Ndlovu Youth Choir bows out graciously, as US singer Kodi Lee crowned AGT winner
The South African youth choir that has won the hearts of Mzansi is excited about what lies ahead and says 'this is only the beginning.
California's Kodi Lee was crowned the season 14 winner but the Ndlovu Youth Choir says it "looks forward to continuing sharing love, unity and above all hope."
The 22-year-old singer and pianist, who is blind and has autism won the hearts of the American population.
Our @AGT journey may have come to an end but this is only the beginning. We are so excited for what lies ahead and we look forward to continuing sharing love, unity and above all hope. 🇿🇦🇺🇸❤️🙏🏾 #agt pic.twitter.com/EDTtYh8Sfr— Ndlovu Youth Choir (@ChoirAfrica) September 19, 2019
Watching @ChoirAfrica’s final performance on @AGT filled me with immense pride & hope for the future. Our star always shines the brightest when we showcase who we truly are as South Africans. Wishing the #NdlovuYouthChoir the very best. In our eyes you are already winners. pic.twitter.com/x2y6CtAMoQ— Cyril Ramaphosa 🇿🇦 (@CyrilRamaphosa) September 18, 2019
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