South Africa’s Ndlovu Youth Choir failed to make it into the top five of America’s Got Talent, but say they are not discouraged as they are excited about their future.
The young singers ultimately lost in the final of the TV talent show to US singer Kodi Lee, who walked away with the $1m (£801,000) prize.
“Our @AGT journey may have come to an end but this is only the beginning. We are so excited for what lies ahead, and we look forward to continuing sharing love, unity and above all hope,” the choir tweeted.
The group, together with fellow contestants Detroit Youth Choir, treated the audience to one more performance before the winner was announced.
Teaming up with US rapper Macklemore and Norwegian DJ Kygo, they sang Whitney Houston’s Higher Love – the song that had propelled them into the final a few weeks ago.
The singers’ journey through America’s Got Talent has been exciting to watch – and delighted South Africans all around the world.
Before the final show, South Africa President Cyril Ramaphosa spoke of his pride as he praised them in a tweet calling them winners:
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