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Amarachi Dance six years after she won Nigeria’s Got Talent (photos)


Amarachi Uyanne, who’s a violinist, singer and dancer then went further in her career to release dance videos as well as other hit songs

When Amarachi dance won the popular reality TV show, Nigeria’s Got Talent in 2012, she was just 8 years old and she was announced as the youngest Nigerian to ever win a public show and at the same time the youngest entertainment millionaire. 6 years later, new photos of the beautiful dancer have emerged.
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Amarachi Uyanne, who’s a violinist, singer and dancer then went further in her career to release dance videos as well as other hit songs. But after a while she disappeared off the radar and most of her fans wondered where she was.
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But it seems our beautiful dancer is still very much around as new photos of the girl, who have grown into a lovely teenager have surfaced on the internet.
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After emerging as the winner of Nigeria’s Got Talent, Amarachi released her debut single titled “Amarachi Dance”. She proceeded to feature Phyno in a song titled “Ova Sabi”; her first two singles received massive airplays and positive reviews from music critics.
Amarachi Dance was born on July 17 2004 and she is currently 14 years of age. She is a native of Benin, Edo State, but she grew up in Delta, where she started dancing at the age of 5. She got famous after winning the 2012 edition of the Nigeria’s Got Talent reality TV show where she won N10million.
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After she won the ultimate prize at the show, little Amarachi Dance surprised many hen she said, being the first daughter, she had plans to take care of her siblings and also study abroad. According to her:
“I am the first daughter. I am planning for my siblings now. I want to fund my education and that of my siblings abroad.”
Her mother Mrs Uyanne was then asked what next it was for the daughter and if she had plans to manage her career. She said:
“I know we are going to be getting calls which have already started. That’s why I want to manage her personally. I don’t want any distraction.”

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