Sunday, 27 November saw the final episode with the largest Amapiano Dance in South Africa, featuring choreography by Bontle Modiselle.
STUMBO RECORD BREAKERS is a fast-paced, interactive show where the contestants set out to break records and prove themselves Officially Amazing. And, this 10-episode reality show has broken the most records in two weeks!
The show has consistently highlighted the diversity of talent in South Africa and the many cultures that make our country unique.
Featuring the talented Carla Classen and Thapelo ‘Tabz’ Motloung as the young, energetic and classy hosts, the show features a road map with full interactivity as they travel across the country to find the next GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS title holder.
One of the memorable episodes included Bryan Habana, as he took Stumbo Record Breakers to his alma mater, King Edward School, to see if their rugby boys would be able to break a GUINNESS WORLD RECORD for the most rugby passes made by a team in three minutes. And indeed, this was achieved!
An outstanding highlight of the show was the largest Amapiano Dance where Stumbo Record Breakers teamed up with some of the most talented dancers and choreographers in Johannesburg to create a new GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS title. Two hundred and fifty dancers attempted the mega dance in Soweto as part of a celebration of the proudly South African music and dance style. And, the record title was certainly proudly earned!