At the audition, a disabled man appears in front of the judges. What about his performance? OMG

Everyone is distinct and different. That is what makes the world lovely and intriguing. It’s also what distinguishes us all.

For example, some persons may be missing a limb for any number of reasons. There is no longer a stigma linked to such things since we as a community and culture have moved on to appreciate individuals who are different.

People with impairments are just like everyone else, although they frequently put in more effort. They can be just as determined as someone without obvious limitations and achieve just as much…

I speak from personal experience as someone with a disability. We might have to work a little harder, but we can climb the same mountains like everyone else. Just look at this video of a singing audition to understand how it may happen to anyone…

Emmanuel Kelly was born in Iraq, but his parents packed him and his sibling in shoeboxes. They were discovered by an Australian woman, who transported them to her country and adopted them both. As he proceeded to the center of the stage, they were both on the side of the stage. Kelly had only one hand and short legs, but he was full of passion when he stepped in front of four judges on Australia’s version of “X Factor.”

Kelly then informed the judges that he was performing “Imagine” by John Lennon. The audience went insane when he first started singing three notes into the song. …

The judges were astounded as well. What they were hearing moved all four of them to tears. During the song, one of them could be seen wiping her eyes. He was also quite the showman, effortlessly holding the microphone with his maimed hand. It was incredible.

By the time Kelly finished the song, I, too, was wiping away tears. The judges praised him for his bravery in taking the stage. They noted that he also entertained the audience.

Then came the ostensibly exciting part: they had to vote on whether or not to keep him on the show. They said “Yes” in one of the most anticlimactic moments imaginable, sending him and his family into a frenzy of hugging.