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BRITAIN GOT TALENT (BAT) – Why Nigerian Female Dancers Were Criticised

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Simon Cowell was today under pressure to explain why several ‘wannabe’ stars on this year’s Britain’s Got Talent are already established professionals.
Some groups on the hit ITV show, which is watched by almost 10million viewers, have toured the

world or had successful careers spanning at least 15 years, it has emerged.

Last Saturday’s hit dance troupe, The
CEO Dancers, have performed with star singer Rita Ora and the Pop’arrazi
Crew made the semi-finals of Holland’s Got Talent and So You Think You
Can Dance.
A source today said: ‘The show is fast becoming Britain’s Got Old Talent.’
In the latest show, last Saturday,
London’s CEO Dancers (made up of 2 Nigerian ladies & 1 South African) Ezinne Asinugo, 22, Soliat Bada, 23, and Nqobilé
Ntshangase, 24, were given rave reviews.

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But it appears it was not mentioned that they have toured with Afrobeats artist D’Banj and supported Labrinth and Rita Ora.

The
trio has also made a dance workout DVD together and won the best dance
act award at BEFFTA  – the Black Entertainment Film Fashion TV and Arts.

Thus coming on air posing as fresh talents have irked many who labelled them as fraud.

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