The judges of Canada’s Got Talent were taken aback after hearing the siblings’ powerful voices…

In Season 3 of Canada’s Got Talent, Ugandan siblings Esther and Ezekiel Mutesasira wowed the judges and audience with an outstanding performance.

Esther, 17, and Ezekiel, 13, claim that they had always sung together and were encouraged to do so by their mother, who left Uganda after coming out as gay and marrying a pastor.

Ezekiel claimed that having to live without his mom for five years as a child was extremely difficult for him, but now that they have arrived in Canada, the couple has their sights set on taking home the coveted CGT 2022 prize and based on their audition, it appears to be a definite possibility.

The brother and sister can sing gospel, pop, R&B, and afro-fusion without any formal musical instruction, giving the impression that music runs in their veins.

Since they won the inaugural season of East Africa’s Got Talent in October 2019, the Ugandan singing duet is no stranger to the world of talent competitions.

The judges and audience were taken aback when they heard Ezekiel sing with a strong voice and wide range as they did a cover of Jordin Sparks’ “No Air” at this point.

The loving mother, Julie Mutesasira, was present at the auditions when the siblings advanced to the following round after receiving four yeses from each judge.

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