Young Ugandan sibling singing duo, Esther and Ezekiel Mutesasira are the main talk of the world at the moment.
This is after their stunning performance at the Canada’s Got Talent on Tuesday, April 20, 2022 at the Avalon Theatre – Fallsview Casino Resort, Toroto.
Esther and Ezekiel’s performance of Jordan Spark and Chris Brown’s famous 2008 ballad “No Air” lit the night to a memorable one in the competition beyond odds set against them.
The talent judges; Howie Mandel, Lilly Singh, Kardinal Offishall, Trish Stratus, and Lindsay Ell proved anxious to witness what the young music duo would lay.
These were exhilarated to point of standing on their toes as soon as Esther and Ezekiel started littering their adorable vocals all over the place.
None of the souls present in the auditorium was left uncapped by their showcase.
As its renowned about mothers being the ones highly supportive towards their kids’ dreams whenever no one else is, Ugandan gospel singer Julie Mutesasira on a close-up distance appeared at the event for her talented babies.
This wasn’t the first time Esther, 17 and Ezekiel, 13 born of a ‘God-serving’ couple of Ugandan Pastor Steven Mutesasira and gospel singer Julie Mutesasira making us proud in got talent, In 2019, were adjudged as the inaugural winners of the East African Got Talent competitions that happened in Kenya.
Their parents, Pastor Steven and singer Julie Mutesasira parted-ways in 2016 after said prolonged bedroom misunderstandings.
Years later, Julie relocated to Canada for greener pastures especially related to her sexual life.
However, in December 2021 Esther and Ezekiel glamorously joined her and she has since embarked on supporting the young lads’ musical talents.
Simon Cowell, the competition creator will join the judges panel for the highly-anticipated live two-hour finale on May 17, 2022 where the siblings will showcase.
The Got Talent franchise is the most successful reality TV format ever, airing in 194 territories worldwide and holding the Guinness World Records title for the highest number of adaptations, having been commissioned in over 72 territories.