East Africa Got Talent Bizarre

Africa has been endowed with talent. Despite having East Africa Got Talent in the country, we have a variety of people from East Africa who have raised the standards of East Africa a notch higher. East Africa got Talent is something that’s not new to people eyes but for East Africa it is.

Simon Cowell pioneered the intuition of the show in East Africa and the idea has brought success in the midst of all critics and praise.  It is something to be proud of in East Africa after the Tusker Project Fame took a break.

Well now that it is in its season one , we expect the show to keep airing in our televisions so that we can appreciate local talents at our countries at the expense of the Brotain Got Talent and American Idols that have always thronged our screens.

An issue that many netizens have been skeptical about is the acts of the judges . Some feel , some of the judges are naive in being in the panel and season 2, they should bring forth judges that will be doing a good job. Judge Ian from the famous Tusker Project Fame has been one man haunted for.

Again the golden buzzer which is expected to be pressed by the judges after an extra ordinary performance has thrilled both the judges and the crowd. This buzzer has been reported to be misused by judges and some judges just press it without consideration.

The East Africa Got Talent has brought together judges from East African countries in the competition. Mr Jeff Koinange represent Kenya, Gaetano Kagwa from Uganda, Vanessa Mdee from Tanzania and Makeda from Rwanda.  Comedian Anne Kansime is the host of the East Africa Got Talent.

7 mind-blowing acts at the EAGT premiere
  • All Eyes on Us dance crew (Uganda) Subscribe to watch new videos. …
  • John Kibe (Kenya) Subscribe to watch new videos. …
  • Safi Theatre Group (Tanzania) Subscribe to watch new videos. …
  • Mariam (Tanzania) …
  • Fidele Fle (Burundi) …
  • Gloria & Vincent (Kenya) …
  • Leyna Kagere (Uganda)

If you haven’t watched  the show, you better watch it on Citizen TV at 8 pm, so that you can be able to see diverse talents in East Africa. If you haven’t watch hold your critics and just watch something else.

Africa’s talent will continue thriving, what is next after the season one? Which country is likely to take the mantle this time round? Will it be Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Rwanda,? What do you think?

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