It was all smiles and ululations as Ugandan duo, Esther and Ezekiel Mutesasira fired up the stage at Canada’s Got Talent show.
Being one of the biggest stages to handpick amazing talent probably only behind America’s Got Talent and Britain’s Got Talent, the two teenagers made sure to leave their name imprinted in everyone’s heart and lips.
After the judges wishing them success, Esther opened the intro with her sweet melodius and angelic voice doing the duet of Chris Brown and Jordin Sparks, No Air.
Ezekiel then churned in his huge husky deep voice which sent the fans into a meltdown. At the end of their performance, both the judges and fans were already in a frenzy at this masterpiece of a performance.
Popular judge Howie Mandel who is a popular face on the America and Britain’s Got Talent shows was left with a wide smile of appreciation on his lips and so were his fellow judges including popular rapper Kardinal Offishall who all the time nodded his head in awe as the duo performed.
Their mother Julie Mutesasira was also present and she couldn’t hide her excitement as her babies as she proudly refers to them nailed the performance.
The pair rose to stardom after they won the first edition of the East Africa’s Got Talent show in 2019. They later relocated to Canada to live with their mother.
Hopefully the duo will continue raising the Ugandan flag higher as the show goes on. And with their immense talent, only great things await them.