South African pantsula group has France's Got Talent judges on their feet

Red Devils
Red Devils
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  • Popular pantsula group, Red Devils, got the judges on their feet on a recent episode of France's Got Talent.
  • The group consists of 15 active members and have been performing for 15 years.
  • Red Devils are back in the country, and are excited to show SA how they performed on the Got Talent stage.

Popular pantsula group, Red Devils from Tembisa (Gauteng), flew the South African flag high on France's Got Talent - and got the judges moving! 

Formed in November 2005 Red Devils consists of 15 active members and the group has been performing for 15 years.

Several South Africans have represented the country on the Got Talent stage across the world including Britain's Got Talent, America's Got Talent, and World's Got Talent

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As part of its efforts to educate, restore, promote, and support African culture, TV Yabantu flew to Paris one of South Africa' s top pantsula groups to participate in France's Got Talent.

The group delivered an energetic dance routine to Michael Jackson's Wanna Be Startin' Somethin' - that had the judges smiling, and brought Marianne James to her feet!

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The show is currently airing in France, and is on episode three. The group is currently back in South Africa, eagerly waiting to show South Africa how far they've gone in the competition. 


"It was a lifetime experience to be part of the show and also to share the biggest stage of all time with other biggest artists around the world. I feel it is time for Africa to rise and showcase its originality. And we thank TV Yabantu for standing strong in culture, supporting and exposing local Talent to the world," says team leader Solly Phahlamohlaka

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