Meet ‘Belgium’s Got Talent’ Winners Mini Droids, Competing on ‘AGT All Stars’
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Returning for another chance at victory is the winning group from season seven of Belgium’s Got Talent, hip-hop dance group Mini Droids. Their choreographed break dance routines are set to amaze all those that watch their every performance on America’s Got Talent All Stars.
Who is The Exceptionally Talented Dance Group Mini Droids?
Mini Droids participated in season seven of Belgium’s Got Talent and won the competition with a choreographed break dance routine to “Everybody,” by the Backstreet Boys. After achieving success on their home country, they are planning to do the same on the American spin-off competition.
The young performers competed when they are quite young, alongside their coach, Samuel Sambo Revell, who’s also a competitor in the same competition. Revell was a finalist in the same season and was with them throughout the competition. Samuel, who was really proud of the dancers, couldn’t help but cry out in happiness for the group’s victory.
Aside from winning BGT, the team has already won the Battle of the Year Kids twice and is now ready to compete on the spin-off series, which will include many great dancers, singers, and more. The group of their older members, Battle Droids Crew, competed on season 14 of AGT, making it to the Judge Cuts.
Their Coach Will Remain the Same for AGT All Stars
Revell is Mini Droid’s coach Sambo and the group will stick together with him to guide them for another potential win. Even though Revell did not win BGT, he’s more than delighted to have been defeated by his own crew.
“This vision eventually led to coach sambo training an army of ‘droids,’ who are on their way to not only dominate the Belgian breaking scene but dominating the breaking and commercial scene all over the world,” as stated on their official website.
The coach’s goal was to establish the first school that would teach break dancers and boys from the ground up and provide them with professional instruction and resources. Samuel didn’t want future break dancers to go through the same difficulties he had due to a lack of suitable tools and instruction from competent trainers and coaches.