WARNING: You’re going to need to watch this in non-public in case you begin crying uncontrollably… Or seize your workplace buddy/classmate and cry collectively!
The web has erupted into cheers for a 22-year-old autistic and blind musician named Kodi Lee. Accumulating over 100 MILLION views in simply ONE day, that is significantly a video you may NOT miss.
He’s not solely acquired his well-deserved Golden Buzzer from the world-renowned TV expertise present, America’s Received Expertise, however he’s additionally received each single coronary heart on this planet.
Showing on stage along with his mom, the younger man charmed the judges and the viewers along with his stand-out persona alone. He then performed the intro to ‘A Music For You’ by Donny Hathaway on the piano, which instantly put everybody on the sting of their seats.
However it was the second when he opened his mouth to sing that blew the world away.
Jaws had to be picked up off the floor. But enough talking, you NEED to watch this:
Golden Buzzer: Kodi Lee! – America’s Got Talent
This child of God is a prodigy. Autism and blindness can’t erase the smile from the face of Kodie Lee! Kodi has just given HOPE, POWER, and HAPPINESS to those who feel marginalized because of who they are. Erase the DIS, and highlight the ABILITY! Gabrielle Union, GREAT FIRST TIME USE of the #GoldenBuzzer! #AGT
Posted by Terry Crews on Tuesday, May 28, 2019
His amazing performance caused actress and new judge on the show, Gabrielle Union, to slam that Golden Buzzer hard, sending Kodi straight to the live shows while causing every tear duct in the room to leak.
Judges only get one Golden Buzzer moment each and it’s clear that Gabrielle has the best eye for talent considering she chose to use it for Kodi.
We hope Kodi goes all the way through to the end and takes the whole show with a win, showing the world that no obstacle can stand in the way of hard work and pure passion.
The world is truly blessed to be graced with your talent, Kodi.
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