Judges Were Skeptical Of Young Boy’s Song Choice, But He Amazes Them!

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This kid has a very pleasant tone and he gave justice to the song. Thank him so much for sharing the voice to the world! He deserved to go through, Jeffery Li was amazing!

He’s the one who should’ve gotten the golden buzzer in the 1st round! You don’t find many boys, especially at age 12 or 13 who can control their voice like that. So check it below!

The summer reality television talent competition season is in full swing and I couldn’t be happier. One of my favorite ways to spend an evening is curled up on the couch with my dogs, watching all of these extremely talented people stand up in front of the world and show everyone their unique talents. There’s something so special about watching a normal person, just like you and me, live out their dream in front of the whole world.

Not only do these folks get to live their dream, they are often competing for huge prizes that will most certainly change their lives forever. Even those that don’t win, but make it far into the competition, may have opportunities to pursue a career that they would never have otherwise. On “America’s Got Talent,” contestants compete not only for an enormous cash prize but for a show in Las Vegas, too!

When 13-year-old Jeffrey Li appeared in the auditions, he immediately made an impact and became one of the most memorable contestants on this season’s show. He tackled Josh Groban’s “You Raise Me Up” — which was a pretty big undertaking for this teenager. He smashed his first audition out of the park and I have to admit that I had tears in my eyes as I watched it. I had to rewind and watch it again; it was that good!

His first audition was so good, in fact, that he won a very special prize. Before the performance, he revealed to the judges that he was often lonely and really wanted a dog. Simon told him that if he had a good audition, he would buy him a dog. Needless to say, Simon had to follow through on his promise.

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