Afronitaaa and Abigail Secure Third Place in 2024 Britain’s Got Talent

The dynamic Ghanaian dance duo, Afronitaaa and Abigail, have achieved an impressive milestone by securing third place at the prestigious Britain’s Got Talent Series 17. This year’s competition saw fierce talent, with Jack Rhodes and Sydnie Christmas taking second and first place, respectively.


Afronitaaa and Abigail captivated audiences and judges alike with their electrifying performances, culminating in their spectacular grand final dance on Sunday, July 2. Their final act, set to the vibrant beats of Reggie ‘n’ Bollie and Fuse ODG, earned them a standing ovation and rousing applause from the crowd and judges.



Following five semi-finals this week, 10 finalists for this season were announced as Abigail & Afronita, Northants Sings Out, Jack Rhodes, Haribow, Innocent Masuku, Ssaulabi Performance Troupe, Mike Woodhams, Sydnie Christmas, Alex Mitchell, and Trixy.



They were also joined by a wildcard act, the Trickstars.


All week long, a variety of unique and captivating acts performed before judges Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden, Alesha Dixon, and Bruno Tonioli. The most impressive acts were selected by both the judges and the viewers at home.

In the end, the final three contenders were Abigail & Afronitaaa, Jack Rhodes, and Sydnie Christmas.



Ultimately, the audience chose 28-year-old singer Sydnie as their favorite.



Over the past weeks, Afronitaaa and Abigail who placed third have not only brought joy to their home country, Ghana, but have also inspired countless individuals across Africa. Their story is a testament to the numerous opportunities that await those who dare to dream and persevere.

Watch their stunning grand final performance below and join us in celebrating these incredible dancers who have made Ghana proud on an international stage.

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