Australia Got Talent QLD Scores Three Acts in Finals.

THE LAST TWO AGT GRAND FINALISTS CONFIRMED
The final two acts joining three Queensland contestants going straight through to the Australia’s Got Talent Grand final (Sunday Nov 3 6.30pm) are:

OSCAR and JOSHUA, 10 & 12, Sydney
Oscar and Joshua are child musical prodigies, and as Kyle discovers in his pre-performance chat with them, the boys are also super intelligent. They both play numerous musical instruments but for this performance Oscar is on the piano and Joshua with the violin. They are quite serious young boys but come alive with passion and excitement when they are playing their classical piece. The judges are enthralled.
UNCLE JED, Sydney
A Sydney 3 piece band with unquestionable talent. Uncle Jed consists of lead singer Laura and her two cousins Danny and Shannon. The group is named after Laura’s dad, for which he is very honoured. They started collaborating musically on family holidays and really got serious about their music together when the boys moved to Sydney from Coffs Harbour.
QUEENSLANDERS THROUGH TO THE GRANDFINAL ARE:
SWAGAMAMA
Brisbane dance group, Brisbane
Swagamama is an exciting all male dance crew from Brisbane, ranging in ages from 20 to 35. The six dynamic performers all met through Brisbane’s dance community and have all taught various styles of hip hop.
DEAN BRADY
Singer, 10, Far North Queensland QLD
Dean Brady is a gorgeous 10-year-old boy from Cairns. He has a spectacular singing voice with is accompanied by his proud father on the guitar. They are a very musical family with mum Trevelyn
also being an amazing singer. Dean has only started performing publicly in the last year. Both mum and dad are crisis care workers.
ACADEMY OF BROTHERS
Hip Hop dance crew, aged 15-22, Brisbane QLD
Powerful and dynamic dance act from South Brisbane that blew the judges and audience away at the auditions. AoB features 25 male dancers ranging in age from 15 to 22 from diverse cultural backgrounds. AoB came together under the tutelage of former rugby union player Charlie Fetoai who wanted to make a difference in the community through dance.
Australia’s Got Talent Grand Final, Sunday Nov 3, 6.30pm on Nine Australia’s Got Talent: The Winner Announced, Sunday Nov 10, 6.30pm on Nine

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