Dance Group Conversion Wins ‘Canada’s Got Talent’ Season 2
Canada’s Got Talent aired its Season 2 finale on Tuesday night, as dance group Conversion was crowned the winner. This talented act earned the Golden Buzzer from judge Trish Stratus during the audition round.
Conversion Wins Canada’s Got Talent Season 2
Conversion is a 36-member dance group from Quebec. For their CGT audition, they performed an emotional routine dedicated to their coach Vincent Desjardins and his wife, who struggled with fertility problems before welcoming their baby. The dancers performed to the sound of the baby’s heartbeat.
Stratus loved the performance so much, she hit the Golden Buzzer to send them straight to the Semifinals, where they showed off yet another stunning routine, this time set to Hozier’s “Take Me to Church.”
Conversion made it into the Finals, where their latest performance earned enough votes to be named the Season 2 winners. Along with their win, Conversion earned the $150,000 prize and an opportunity to perform in Las Vegas.
Second place this season went to another dance group, The Cast. Singing duo The Turnbull Brothers finished the season in third place.
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🚨 WE HAVE A WINNER! Congratulations #Conversion ✨🤩 What an epic night! Thank you #Canada for watching #CGT@Lilly @trishstratuscom @howiemandel @KardinalO @lindsayell @City_tv pic.twitter.com/EZIEvlWMQU— Canada’s Got Talent (@CanGotTalent) May 17, 2023
Season 3 of the Show Will Feature a $1 Million Prize
Canada’s Got Talent announced on Tuesday that the show will be back next year for Season 3, and this time the grand prize has been increased to $1 million, thanks to the Canadian company Rogers. Additionally, each Golden Buzzer act will receive $25,000 from CIBC.
Hopefuls are encouraged to apply now for Season 3. If you’re interested in auditioning for the show, you can submit your application online and provide a video of your talent. Maybe we’ll see you on the stage for next year’s show.
What do you think of this year’s winning CGT act, Conversion? Did they deserve to win? Let us know in the comments below, and start getting excited for Season 3.