US-based Ghanaian American dancer and instructor Usher Frimpong Moses has showered praise on leading television station TV3 network and Twellium for Bigoo Family dance.
The Ghana Dance Association founder said the family-oriented entertainment show was a “beautiful project” that featured kids who had some great talents.
“I have seen a beautiful project that captured my interest for some weeks now. It is the Bigoo Family Dance show on TV3 Ghana,” he posted
In a lengthy post on Facebook, Usher Frimpong applauded TV3 for the initiative and underscored the benefits this partnership with Twellium could pose for the future of dance in Ghana.
“These kids have got some great talents. The diverse story lines, crazy dance moves, the exuberance, their connections with the crowd and energy for their age is out of the world. I really appreciate TV3 for this initiative. To my people at Twellium Industries and the producer of Bigoo soft drinks, we’re so proud of you for what you guys are doing for the future of the Dance Industry and for our beautiful children,” he said
He also congratulated the host of the show, Chrystal Kwame Aryee for professional and stellar compere skills every week on the show.
“I can’t keep my excitement in the dark and also thanks to my own personal people the hosts. Tag them for me,” Usher added.
The BIGOO show which premiered on Saturday, February 11 seeks to bring together families in a group of four to compete in a highly competitive and entertaining dance contest.
Four families battle their way through dance routines for thirteen weeks to the grand finale after six evictions.
Bigoo family dance show airs this and every Saturday at 8pm on TV3.
Seasoned dancer Adjetey Sowah, a former world dance champion, Songstress and Dancer Eazzy and internationally recognized Ghanaian professional dancer and trainer DanceGodLyod are the judges for the show.