Ugandan dance sensations, Triplets Ghetto Kids, put on a mesmerizing show at the grand final of Britain’s Got Talent but fell short of winning the coveted Shs1 billion prize.
Taking the stage as the opening act at 9:30 p.m., the Ghetto Kids wowed both the judges and the audience with their exceptional dance moves. However, their remarkable performance did not secure them a spot among the final three acts.
The ultimate champion of this year’s competition was Viggo Venn from Norway, who will be awarded a cash prize of £250,000 (about Shs1 billion) and the opportunity to showcase his talent at the esteemed Royal Variety Performance later this year.
Lillianna Clifton claimed second place, while magician Cillian O’Connor took third.
Fans of the show can look forward to the return of Britain’s Got Talent in 2024, as applications for auditions are already open.
In an unprecedented move, the upcoming season will allow the public to nominate individual acts or groups they deem worthy of a chance to perform on the show.