A boy with autism sang Michael Jackson’s hit song so well that the judges made him cry.

When the young man took the stage in the UK to sing a song for millions of people, he did a great job. Find out what the judges’ decision is.

Even though 10-year-old Calum Courtney looked nervous as he walked onto the stage of Britain’s Got Talent, he was more than ready to give a powerful show in front of everyone.

The boy has a mild form of autism. But you can’t ignore how steady his beat was when he sang the Jackson 5 song “Who’s Lovin’ You.”

Calum answered that he wasn’t scared before going on stage when judge Alesha Dixon asked him if he was. As he began, the judges were shocked.

Calum’s family members were so moved by his song that they cried while he was on stage. The movie was also seen by millions of people and became well-known very quickly.

In the end, Judge David Williams said that Calum was “brilliant,” which made the young man cry with joy. Then, his younger brother ran out onto the stage to hug him.

Amanda Holden said that his singing was “fantastic,” and she added, “It was the biggest reaction we’ve ever had.”

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