On Sunday, the first Edition of East Africa's Got Talent (EAGT) came to an end with Ugandan singing youngsters (siblings) Esther and Ezekiel Mutesasira being crowned as winners.
Meet winners of East Africa's Got Talent 2019 (Photos)
The Mutesasiras beat two other Ugandan acts, comedic dance group, Dance Alliance Network (DNA) and Jehovah Shalom Acappella, in the finale that had six contestants, walking away with Sh5 million (US$50,000).
The duo was announced after a stimulating televised show finale at Catholic University auditorium in Nairobi.
Songbird Jannell Tamara
Kenya’s young songbird Jannell Tamara, was voted second best, followed closely by Rwandan cultural troupe Intayoberana.
The other finalists were Dance Alliance Network (DNA) and Jehovah Shalom Acappella,
East Africa's Got Talent is a competition that is part of the Got Talent franchise owned by Simon Cowell. Season one was produced by South African film production company Rapid Blue, and was broadcasted simultaneously across four countries in East Africa; Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda and Rwanda.
Got Talent judges
The East Africa’s Got Talent judges were Singer Vanessa Mdee, Citizen TV’s Jeff Koinange, Ugandan Gaetano Kagwa, and Rwandese Contact Makeda. The show host was comedian Anne Kansiime.
The ‘Got Talent’ show, currently runs across 58 countries.
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