Guardian Life’s Weekly Catch Up
To keep you informed and engaged, Guardian Life has curated some of the most captivating stories from the week’s hottest topics.
Ugandan Ghetto Kids Shine In Britain’s Got Talent 2023
The Ghetto Kids, a dance group made up of 30 children from an orphanage in Uganda, have secured the golden buzzer for Britain’s ‘Got Talent 2023’. Bruno Tonioli, Alesha Dixon, Simon Cowell and Amanda Holden served as judges, and the Ghetto Kids received a standing ovation at their first audition.
The judges and audience were blown away by the kids’ performance and could not stop appreciating their talent. The Golden Buzzer grants them a place in one of the live semi-finals, giving them a head start. The Ghetto Kids are now competing for a prize of £250,000 and the opportunity to perform at the Royal Variety Performance in front of the royal family.
Social Media Page, Strictly for Business
The famous musician, Davido, best known for his hit song ‘Timeless’, has decided to limit his posts on social media and will only be sharing business-related content on his accounts. According to Davido, he used to get into trouble because of his personal posts, but now he wants to focus solely on business-related content.
He has always been a tech enthusiast and has used social media platforms such as MySpace and HiFive to promote his music. He believes that social media is a powerful tool for artists to connect with their followers. Despite facing some issues in the past, Davido encourages other artists to embrace social media and use it to engage with their followers.
‘Shanty Town’ Gets African Magic Viewers’ Choice Award’s Nomination
A co-producer of the renowned film series, ‘Shanty Town’, Chichi Nworah, has expressed her happiness with the 10 nominations that the crime thriller received at the Africa Magic Viewers’ Choice Awards. These nominations cover a diverse range of categories such as Best Actor and Actress in a Drama, Best Art Director, Best Costume Designer, Best Lighting Designer, Best Soundtrack, Best Make-up, Best Cinematographer and Best Sound Editor. Nworah expressed her joy with the recognition of their creative efforts, which is a testament to the project’s depth of talent, creativity, and resources invested in it. The project’s positive global reception has been incredibly satisfying.
Winners Of Mr. Yakubu Challenge For Feature Remix
The winners of ‘Mr. Yakubu Challenge’ prize has been revealed by the popular Nigerian rapper and activist, Falz the Bad Guy. To voice their opinions on the 2023 elections, Falz and Vector released a song in March named after the INEC chairman. The MrYakubuChallenge was an opportunity for several Nigerians, including celebrities, to showcase their singing skills by performing their favourite verses.
Falz announced the winners on his Instagram page, increasing the number of winners to 10 and expressing his gratitude that they exceeded his expectations. The extended remix of ‘Mr. Yakubu’ from the upcoming Falz and VEC collaboration project will include all of the winners.