Some of the acts were so nervous. And it’s didn’t help much that the judges were voicing the not-quite-exciting atmosphere. But I still think it was good entertainment.
Julian Hepburn strutted the stage with a jazz number. Strong voice, and I kept on hoping Martine was watching.
I felt so sorry for Louis Cason! I cringed every time he dropped his balls – sheim man. Loved the Pulp Fiction soundtrack 😀 And who do you know who can juggle behind their backs!?
Did Cadence take their name from decadence? Cause they WERE decadent! This all girl hip-hop dance group entertained the crowd in their matching outfits and white shades.
And then they had to bring animals onto the show. The lights, the people, the stage and the sparkling outfits of their trainers had the dogs in a bit of a tizz. But you can see the training and effort the trainers put in with the dogs. They still performed and danced wit the dogs.
I started getting worried about the lack of –WOW- so far from the performers. Willem and Louis raised the bar with their harmony. Their voices complement each other so well.
I enjoyed Gregory Mabusela and his ‘khe-khe horn’. Kudos to him for making the horn from a recycled plastic coke bottle and what looks like a tap/valve thingy. And I would much rather prefer hearing THAT than the vuvuzela next year at the world cup.
I had been waiting all week for the last act. After George (?Jeorge) and Louwtjie, my next favourite to win is Kalon Badenhorst – I just call him mini MJ. Surprise surprise. He didn’t moonwalk all over the stage this time (which he probably should have done), but I have to agree with Ian – I didn’t like some of his moves. He added some local flavour and knows how to entertain the crowd.
And with that I get to say SUPER congrats to Kalon for making the viewers vote! And good luck too Willem and Louis too for tomorrow’s final. Keep up your dream Gregory, the ‘khe-khe’ is bound to hit the streets.