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December 7, 2021

Romanian impresses “Britain’s Got Talent” jury

The Romanian Razy Gogonea impressed the jury and the public of the “Britain’s Got Talent” programme, broadcast on Saturday night in the United Kingdom, presenting a breakdance act with a choreography inspired from the “Matrix” trilogy, Mediafax reports.

Gogonea, aged 28, made his entrance on the Manchester stage running on his knees, wearing a costume similar to the one worn by Neo, the iconic character that Keanu Reeves plays in the “Matrix” movies. At the end of his act, the jury of the competition, highly popular in the UK, praised the creativity of the Romanian dancer and his beautiful choreography. All the three members of the jury voted in favour of the Romanian dancer, who qualified, thus, for the next stage of the competition. “Britain’s Got Talent” is a popular TV programme broadcast by the UK’s ITV channel.

The winner of every edition is awarded a GBP 100,000-cheque and the chance to perform in front the British royal family in the Royal Variety Performance annual gala, which takes place in London around Christmas.

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