An autistic youngster sang Michael Jackson’s hit flawlessly, and the judges moved him to tears.

The young man delivered an astounding performance when he took the stage in the United Kingdom to perform a song in front of millions of people. Find out the judges’ decision. Calum Courtney, 10, was nervous as he entered the Britain’s Got Talent stage, but he was more than ready to deliver a thrilling performance in front of everyone.

The youngster suffers from a mild form of autism. However, it’s tough to ignore his steady rhythm while singing the Jackson 5 song “Who’s Lovin’ You.” Calum stated that he wasn’t anxious when judge Alesha Dixon asked him if he was nervous before going on stage. As he began, the judges were taken aback.

Judge David Williams concluded by describing Calum as “brilliant,” prompting the young man to cry with joy. His younger brother then went out onto the stage to embrace him. Amanda Holden described his singing as “fantastic,” adding that “it was the biggest reaction we’ve ever had.”

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