The Ndlovu Youth Choir have made it through to the "America's Got Talent" grand finale taking place on September 17
The Limpopo-based choir put a uniquely South African spin on "Higher Love" by Whitney Houston and Kygo's "Steve Winwood" on America's Got Talent.
Yet again, the choir wowed the American audience with their epic dance moves, vibrant costumes and their song arrangement.
This time around they took a jab at "Higher Love" by Whitney Houston and Kygo's "Steve Winwood" which saw them getting a standing ovation from the live studio audience and judges.
Watch the Ndlovu Youth Choir's performance of "Higher Love" below:
The grand finale takes place on September 17.
The results will then be announced with one act being crowned as the winner walking away with a $1 million cash which would mean if the choir comes out victorious they could bring home R14 million.
The second round of semi-finals is set to take on Tuesday, September 10.
The choir have been on a roll since their audition and received much praise from the judges in the quarter-finals.
We just performed in the semi-final of season 14 of @AGT. Tonight we pray that our performance was a reminder to the world that we are all connected by our spirit of humanity. #HigherLove #agt #WeAreTheFuture #Youth #Love 🇿🇦🇺🇸🙏🏾❤ pic.twitter.com/LAGRpxJJ8I— Ndlovu Youth Choir (@ChoirAfrica) September 4, 2019
After their performance of "Beautiful Day" by U2, Simon Cowell said that they "popped" and applauded them for their "enthusiasm" and "great song choice".
Praising them for making everything work and click.
@LimpopoSportMEC would like to take this opportunity and congratulates @ndlovucaregroup for making it through to the @agt finals. Limpopo and the country as a whole is proud of you🤗🤗🙌🙌🙌💃💃🇿🇦🇿🇦🇿🇦 @golimpopo @sontondlovu#NdlovuYouthChoir#AGT https://t.co/XnY0fJfxD1— Limpopo Department of Sport, Arts and Culture (@DSACLIMPOPO) September 5, 2019
Congratulations to the Ndlovu Youth Choir for making it to the finals at America's Got Talent. Keep flying the South African Flag higher and higher. Everyone is rooting for you back home. Halala!!!🇿🇦 pic.twitter.com/VHQSs5howT— South African Government (@GovernmentZA) September 5, 2019
Howie Mandel equated their performance to when opening curtains in the morning and letting the sunshine in and said that they were the best way to end the evening.IOL