Team Geeks on Fleek win NBC's 'Genius Junior' show to become some of the brightest kids in America

The show came to an end on Monday and the winning crew had to go through numerous tests to prove their mettle. The three have been adjudged as some of the brightest kids in America


                            Team Geeks on Fleek win NBC's 'Genius Junior' show to become some of the brightest kids in America

As NBC's 'Genius Junior' comes to an end on Monday, the show has finally found it's little champ. The winning team 'Geeks on Fleek' took home the winning prize that will help continue their education. The crew of 'Geeks on Fleek' got ahead of their 33 fellow contestants to win the competition. Jackson from Reidsville, North Carolina, Michi, from San Diego, and Ugochi, from Atlanta, have been adjudged as some of the brightest little kids in America.

'Geeks on Fleek' have been named the new genius juniors. (NBC)
'Geeks on Fleek' have been named the new genius juniors. (NBC)

For their final task, the group went through a test of the constellations, an extreme set of math questions, a rigorous spelling bee and a unique quiz entitled 'The Cortex,' a specially formulated exam that put all their smartness to the test. Neil Patrick Harris, the host of the show said, "I was completely awe-struck and inspired by these amazing kids. I knew we would be dealing with bright, ambitious youngsters when we began casting, but they exceeded all my expectations. Not only are they off-the-charts smart, but they are incredibly well-rounded and sweet. Meeting these kids filled me with hope for the future."

Michi, 11, is already doing research at a cancer immunotherapy company, where she is the youngest intern while Ugochi, also 11, is brilliant at multiplication. Jackson, the oldest in the group is a baseball and basketball fan. He has a thorough knowledge of sports stats, facts and history and has a collection of more than 1,000 baseball cards.