The South African Youth Choir, the Ndlovu Youth Choir is set to return to America’s Got Talent competition for the second time for a performance. The Youth Choir is going to be performing at the big stages of America again.

The group did a great job on season 14 of ‘America’s Got Talent’ where they were performing for the first time on AGT and they were the first youth choir to reach the finals. They were chosen as one of 60 contestants that will be performing AGT all stars showcasing their talent and they will get a chance to share the stage with other outstanding performers from around the world.

“We’re excited to announce that we will be performing on @agt All- stars. We were selected as one of the top 60 acts of all time and look forward to sharing the stage with talented performers from around the world”, said the Ndlovu Youth Choir.

America’s Got Talent is an American competition show that brings people from all across the United State of America and the world to come and showcase their talent. Contestants range from dancing, stunts, singing and more.

The Youth Choir has performed on numerous international stages before like America’s Got Talent all- stars. They have also been in the finals of Britain’s Got Talent and they have had two international European tours. Their performances have won people’s heart from all around the world. The groups is excited for yet another big performance and confident that they will nail the performance as they were chosen amongst the best Acts.

“With more than 70 local versions of “Got Talent” produced across Europe, Asia- Pacifica, the Middle East, Africa and the America’s, “ AGT: All- Stars” brings together the most beloved and memorable contestants from across the globe for one of the toughest competition yet. The best of the best will return to the stage to showcase their talent”, said Simon Cowell.

Fans can catch the Choir’s performance on online on Tuesday after the broadcast at NBC.

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