An autistic boy sang Michael Jackson’s hit perfectly and the judges brought him to tears

The young man gave an incredible performance as he took the stage in the UK to perform a song for millions of people. Find out the verdict from the judges.

Although 10-year-old Calum Courtney appeared anxious as he entered the Britain’s Got Talent stage, he was more than prepared to provide a stirring performance in front of everyone.

A slight type of autism affects the boy. But it’s impossible to ignore the steady rhythm he showed while singing the Jackson 5 song “Who’s Lovin’ You.”

Judge Alesha Dixon asked the young contestant whether he was nervous before he went on stage, and Calum responded that he wasn’t. The judges were astounded as he began.

During his performance, Calum’s family members sobbed because they were moved by his singing prowess. Additionally, the film was viewed by millions of people and quickly became popular.

Judge David Williams concluded by calling Calum “brilliant,” which caused the young man to cry with happiness. After that, his little brother rushed out onto the stage to embrace him.

His singing was “fantastic,” Amanda Holden said, adding that “it was the biggest reaction we’ve ever had.”

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