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Nigeria Got Talent Judges.
After four weeks of exciting semi-final rounds, the continent’s most
entertaining talent hunt show; Nigeria’s Got Talent ended its semi-final
rounds with the last set of acts that who left Nigerians in amazement
over the weekend.

The first dance act for the night was The Crazy Twins from Ibadan.
Their dance drama presentation was described as very entertaining and
captivating by the judges. The audience were also in agreement to that
as a result of their unending applauses. “We love to entertain and make
people laugh, which is why we started doing dance drama. This show has
also helped us to gain more experience in our field, said Rasheed
Balogun and Endurance Edopayi, also known as The Crazy Twins. The
Xplanashun was another dance group that brought not only entertainment
but also great energy. “I love your energy, your co-ordination and dance
moves”, said Kate Henshaw.

Boniface Ukeme was one dancer who didn’t disappoint the judges as he
brought back the same standard and also energy level that he showcased
during his audition.  Dan Foster said, “You dance like a professional.
That was fantastic, flawless and of international standard”, after his
choreography performance.

Jesse and Ogeh were also able to able to bring the house down with
their smooth but very professional ballet performance to Brymo’s song,
‘Ara’. “Your dance was smooth, professional and very expressive,” said
Kate Henshaw. The last dance act was the Kelly’s Family Dance Group.
Though their dance moves didn’t impress the judges, they pleaded with
their fans to keep them in the competition as they promised better acts
next time.

There was another exciting act, though different from dance, left
Nigerians asking for more - Taiwo Theophilus, a footballer. He’s act
which involved ball juggling, balancing of the ball on a bottle and his
nose as well as other contemporary football stunts, left the judges and
audience in marvel of his level of balance and professionalism.
“Football is what I am born to do, what I am known for and what I will
always be proud to do. It makes the nation stand as one and also
promotes friendship. I believe that the skill that I have in football
and the effort that I have put in it, will not only make me great on the
field but also in the world at large,” he said.

Other amazing acts were Kareem David; an acrobatics group, Abel
Tolulope; a saxophonist and Princess Jennifer; a rapper.

From dance, to drama, to football, Nigeria’s Got Talent has shown each
weekend that there is always something to look forward to. The show
continues next week Sunday with the ten finalists who will be performing
for a chance to win your votes. Nigeria’s Got Talent is aired on Sunday
on AIT (10:30 PM), STV (8:00 PM), NTA (4:00 PM), TVC (9:00PM) and
Soundcity (6:30 PM). Fans in the United Kingdom can watch the show on
HITV UK Sky 193 (8:00 PM).

The Got Talent franchise worldwide, which is in its sixth year, has
produced many notable performers in the last couple of years including
Diversity, Bianca Ryan and Britain’s Got Talent’s 2009 1st runner up
Susan Boyle, whose debut album became the fastest selling UK debut album
of all time, selling over 3 million copies in the U.S. alone. It is the
only talent competition show that is open to any age and any talent with
auditions taking the show to numerous cities in search of incredible and
exceptional talent.

Nigeria’s Got Talent is sponsored by Airtel and supported by Cool FM,
Wazobia FM, Nigeria Info 99.3 FM, and Tastee Fried Chicken.

For video clips and full episodes of the show, as well as artwork,
please visit www.GotTalentNigeria.com. Like the show on Facebook at
www.Facebook.com/NigeriasGotTalent and follow on Twitter at

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