Nine-year-old Justin Kiely has blew his parents away - and the internet - away with his amazing singing. A boy with autism has gone viral after his pitch perfect version of 'Hallelujah' appeared online. Footage showing Justin May-Kiely singing to Alexandra Burke's version of the famous hit was posted to an autism awareness group by his mother Andrea. The nine-year-old is seen shaking his hands slightly as he confidently croons his way through the melody. Mum Andrea, 26, from Rialto, Dublin, said she is 'blown away' by the reaction she has received from people all over the world praising her son's talent. She said her son spent years in fear of music but gradually began to learn songs through movies and television.
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On Sunday, he asked if anyone was "sober enough to be able to sing these lyrics along with me. Standing near the front of the stage Mann, clad in a Thiago Silva jersey, got his attention and was brought up on stage. While Dave a. David Orobosa Omoregie probably expected to do most of the work, Mann quickly proved he had skills, rapping the lyrics flawlessly as the crowd chanted his name. I was so nervous. I thought: 'What if I mess up?
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Very few singers have come close to matching the extraordinary talent of the late Whitney Houston. Just a few seconds into the song, Maia already had the audience cheering with her surprisingly powerful voice. Who knew a preteen could belt it out like a pro? Her incredible delivery brought the entire audience and the judges — including the notoriously stern Cowell — to their feet.
A little boy who has autism has overcome his life-long fear of music to become an overnight singing sensation. Justin Kiely-May, 9, from Dublin, regularly needed to wear ear defenders to avoid becoming upset by high-pitched music or loud noises. After Andrea secretly filmed Justin singing the classic song, his uncle Brandon Craig, 22, uploaded it to Twitter on September 16 and the clip quickly went viral. In the video — which has garnered more than 83, likes and 14, retweets — Justin can be seen smiling as he croons his way through a pitch-perfect version of the tune.