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Bigoo Family Dance Season 2: Check out all 8 families unveiled for the competition

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All 8 Dance families

Season two of Bigoo Family Dance has commenced with all eight competing families unveiled on Saturday, February 17, 2024.

All the competing dance families have geared up and prepared to amaze the judges and viewers for the coming weeks.

The families competing for the second season of the competition are; the Ezuntey Family, Ofori Family, Acheampong Family, Osei Tutu Family and the Appiah Family.

The others include; the Blankson Family, Baako Family and Afful Family.

Host of Bigoo Family Dance, Chrystal Kwame-Aryee

The first episode of the competition gave opportunity to all eight dance families to perform on stage and serve a first impression to the judges.

The judges for season 2 of Bigoo Family Dance are; Ghana’s dance sensation Incredible Zigi, Dancer, Feli Nuna and Founder of Dance Terra, Robert Klah.

After performances from all eight dance families for the first episode of the competition, the Judges gave remarks about what they make of the first performances from the dancers.

“I think they are incredible dancers and on a platform like this, we are not here actually to judge whether you are a good dancer or not. We just want to see what you are putting up for us to be able to evaluate within a limited time given and I must say that so far they have impressed us,” Robert noted.

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All 8 Bigoo Dance families

Feli Nuna also said “I am really excited for these group of dancers. I’m just hoping for the best for them, it is good to be part of their evolution story because I believe this is such a huge platform that will bring them out as stars.”

“I’m having fun and good time. It is good to see young dancers holding the fort,” Incredibile Zigi stated.

The Bigoo Family Dance is a TV3 dance competition for unprofessional dancers required to belong to the same family with host Chrystal Kwame-Aryee.

The requirements are that dancers must be belong to a particular family and present a number of only four dancers for the competition.



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