Week 2 of Britain’s Got Talent was packed full of talent tonight and on display were no other than the CEO Dancers
The CEO Dancers – a dance trio, made up of 2 Nigerians – 22-year-old student Ezinne Asinugo & 23-year-old sales advisor Soliat Bada and a South African – 24-year-old stylist Nqobile Ntshangase, left the judges amazed with their stunning African themed routine, earning them positive praise from all four and 4 YES’es to the next round.
Simon told them, “I love you girls. Love the routine, love you three and great personalities. That’s really put me in a good mood.”
Amanda was equally impressed and said; “It was amazing. The music was fantastic and you were amazing.”
David loved the performance and said; “I would love to learn to shake my booty. It’s a bootytastic yes from me.”
Alesha loved the African flavour of the performance and said; “You look incredible together. You were very powerful and sexy. You were a breath of fresh air.”
Enjoy the video and comment below. The bio of CEO Dancers is also below:
CEO Dancers are an all-female award winning dance group originally from Nigeria and South Africa based in London, with an age range of 22-24. Their main style of dance originates from Africa with influences ranging from classic artists such as Fela Kuti, to modern mainstream artists like Fally Ipupa. CEO Dancers are also individually talented in street dance, vogueing, contemporary and dancehall.
They have worked with the likes of Iyanya, 2face, Dr Sid, MI, Lola Rae and Tiwa Savage. These three young women are currently working with Nigeria’s No.1 selling artist and G.O.O.D music’s latest signing D’Banj. Past projects include Koko Concert 2011, Africa Tour 2011, Oliver Twist music video, US debut performance at the Irving Plaza, Hackney Weekend performance, Wireless Festival 2012, D’Banj live at HMV Hammersmith Apollo 2012, Labrinth Tour and Rita Ora at Scala.
CEO Dancers have recently been taking over BBC 1xtra Afrobeat sessions with Dj Edu aswell as holding their popular Afrobeats Dance Masterclass internationally.
Utilising Ezinne’s entertaining flair, Soliat’s flexible body and Nqobilé’s fierce presence, they come together to deliver high energy performances. In addition to their outgoing personalities, these women embody the essence of female empowerment.
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