Fuse ODG Cheers Afronita And Abigail Dromo On To BGT Finals, Ghanaians Hail Him

Fuse ODG Cheers Afronita And Abigail Dromo On To BGT Finals, Ghanaians Hail Him

  • Afronita and her protégé have made it to the Britain's Got Talent final stage
  • They mesmerised the show's judges as they performed some of Fuse ODG's Afrobeats bangers
  • The musician was spotted at the show cheering the young dancers on during their semi-final performance
  • YEN.com.gh spoke to entertainment analyst, Yaw Boadu-Ayeboafoh about the impact of Fuse ODG's songs and his support for Afronita and Abigail

Ghanaian dance duo Afronita and Abigail Dromo Adjiri are through to the finals of this year's Britain's Got Talent.

The dancers made it to the semi-final stage after an impressive audition that revived the UK's passion for Ghana's azonto movement as they performed to Fuse ODG's music.

The dance duo returned for their semi-final action with more Fuse ODG music in their arsenal, and it worked like magic.

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Fuse ODG surprises Afronita and Abigail at BGT semi-finals show
Fuse ODG with Afronita and Abigail Dromo. Photo source: Instagram/Afronitaaa
Source: Instagram

Fuse ODG cheers Afronita and Abigail on

Afrobeats superstar Fuse ODG was one of the many Ghanaians cheering Afronita and Abigail during their semi-final performance.

Before the performance, the dancers met with the singer in the UK. Videos of the Ghanaian entertainers, shared online, inspired many fans ahead of the show.

After the show, Fuse ODG hailed the Ghanaian dance duo online, saying:

The culture has come so far from zero or negative representation to the whole country seeing Africa in a celebratory manner. This is what we worked for! This Is truly New Africa."

Yaw Boadu-Ayeboafoh spoke to YEN.com.gh about the impact of Fuse ODG's songs and his association with Afronita and Abigal.

"Some people may have forgotten. But Fuse ODG is the poster boy for the biggest global musical moment from Ghana, which is Azonto, and the impact in Europe, especially Britain, was enormous. For the audience in the auditorium, his songs brought back those memories, helping Afronita and Abigail sail through."

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Fans react to Fuse ODG's support of Afronita and Abigail

YEN.com.gh gathered a few comments from fans in reaction to Fuse ODG's message to Ghanaians after Afronita and Abigail Dromo's slot in the final.

selfmade_elorm said:

@fuseodg I’m really proud of ya big bro much respect for your support

edward_v771 noted:

@fuseodg you need so much Recognition for also putting Ghana on the map with your so much hit songs... Thanks for supporting the princess

ghfangy commented:

We see u @fuseodg

naaluv added:

I was happy seeing you,well done for the support

Afronita and Abigail's preparation for BGT semi-finals drop

Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported that Afronita and Abigail shared a video of themselves poised to dominate this season's Britain's Got Talent (BGT) semi-finals.

As the duo made their way to the performance, scores of other contestants who recognised them requested a photo op.

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Peter Ansah (Entertainment Editor) Ansah Peter is an entertainment editor at YEN.com.gh. He studied Development Planning at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, graduating in 2018. His professional career in entertainment journalism dates eight years back as a showbiz and arts blogger for the now-defunct motionhypegh.net, continuing to Muse Media Networks, acting as the editorial manager for the network's flagship multimedia platforms. He has also managed several PR roles with top clients, including Afro Nation Ghana and Morgan Heritage. You can reach him at peter.ansah@yen.com.gh