Ghanaian international dancer showers praise on TV3 and Twellium for Bigoo Family dance

 Usher Frimpong Moses, a Ghanaian-American dancer and instructor based in the United States, has received praise for Bigoo Family dance from prominent television stations Twellium and TV3 network.

The family-friendly entertainment show, according to the Ghana Dance Association's founder, was a "beautiful project" with kids with great talents.

“I've been interested in a beautiful project for a few weeks now. It is the Bigoo Family Dance show on TV3 Ghana,” he wrote in a lengthy Facebook post. Usher Frimpong praised TV3 for the initiative and emphasized the potential advantages of this partnership with Twellium for the development of Ghanaian dance in the years to come.

These kids are talented in a number of ways. The variety of plots, wild dance moves, exuberance, connections with the audience, and energy for their age are unparalleled. I am extremely appreciative of TV3's initiative. View this post on Instagram A POST SHARED BY - | S   (@CHRYSTALKARYEE) He also congratulated the host of the show, Chrystal Kwame Aryee, for her professional and stellar compere skills every week on the show. “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

"Thanks to my own personal people, the hosts, I can't conceal my excitement. Tag them on my behalf, Usher continued.

The BIGOO show, which debuted on Saturday, February 11, aims to bring four families together to compete in a dance competition that is both entertaining and very competitive.

After six evictions, four families must fight through dance routines for thirteen weeks to reach the grand finale.

This and every Saturday at 8 p.m., the Bigoo Family Dance show airs on TV3.

Prepared artist Adjetey Sowah, a previous world dance champion, Songstress and Artist Eazzy and universally perceived Ghanaian expert artist and coach DanceGodLyod are the adjudicators for the show.

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