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

A 10-year-old boy named Calum Courtneу took to the stage in the UK and gave a remarkable performance, singing his heart out for the judges of Britain’s Got Talent. Calum may have looked nervous as he took to the stage, but he quickly dispelled any doubts with his powerful rendition of the Jackson 5 hit ‘Who’s Lovin’ You.’

Despite having autism, Calum’s confidence shone through as he performed flawlessly, bringing the judges to tears. When asked if he was nervous by judge Alesha Dixon, the young performer confidently replied that he was not. As soon as he started singing, the judges were stunned.

Calum’s family members were moved to tears as they watched his performance, impressed by his incredible vocal talents. Millions of people also watched the video online, which went viral soon after.

When he finished singing, judge David Walliams declared Calum “brilliant,” bringing tears of joy to the young boy’s eyes. Afterwards, Calum’s younger brother joined him on stage to give him a hug, which melted the hearts of the judges and audience alike.

Judge Amanda Holden praised Calum’s performance, calling it “the best reaction we’ve ever had,” and described his singing as “fantastic.”

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