“I am possible,” SA amputee dancer gets a golden buzzer at Britain’s Got Talent


Dancer and amputee choreographer Musa Motha won the hearts of Britain’s Got Talent judges and the audience.

He received a standing ovation and a joint golden buzzer from the judges after his stunning performance.

The dancer is reportedly the first South African to receive such gestures from the audience and judges.

“That was one of the most amazing things I’ve ever seen on the show. Never, ever heard a reaction like that in my life. Thank you,” Judge Simon Cowell says.

“I’m a true believer and true example of breaking the word impossible. I am possible. I thank you so much,” Musa says.

Musa has worked with the likes of Gregory Maqoma, Lulu Mlangeni, Somizi Mhlongo, and many other established dancers. He has won competitions such as the Red Bull Dance-Off, the Gauteng Matjeko Dance Festival, and Dance Against All Odds.

The dancer can also DJ and was invited by DJ Black Coffee to join his record label but declined the offer to complete school and he got his national diploma in chemical engineering.