Dancer Who Lost Leg to Cancer Gets Standing Ovation For Stunning AGT Audition

One young man, a dancer who lost his leg due to cancer, received a standing ovation for his stunning audition on America’s Got Talent.

People have a nasty habit of taking one look at someone, making snap judgments and then limiting, in their minds, what they can or can’t do. That’s not a great thing to do at all. But if people are honest with themselves, everyone does that at one time or another.

Thankfully, that is not how God works. Man looks at the exterior and the physical and then decides what someone can do or achieve. However, the Lord looks at the heart and knows what we can do. He isn’t limited to what man wrongly thinks or believes. 

Bboy Samuka is one young man who knows what it means to achieve something others would have thought impossible based on his outward appearance. In the clip posted on YouTube, Bboy makes his way out onto the stage. He has one leg and proceeds to explain to the judges that his right leg had to be amputated because of cancer.

However, as his stunning and awe-inspiring audition proves, his physical disability has not slowed him down at all. His routine is absolutely amazing. At one point, he removes one of his crutches and then throws away the other one a little later. He even manages to do a flip!

After his routine, the entire room, including all four judges, is on its feet, applauding the young man’s incredible audition. The judges were blown away by what they had just witnessed. They were all overwhelmingly complimentary, including Simon Cowell, who said the dance routine was better than a 10.

“And you know, obviously, the Olympics this year, is they’re bringing break dancing for the first time,” Simon said. “And I always think about this show a bit like the Olympics. Sometimes, in my head, I go, ‘That’s a 10.’ Occasionally, I go, ‘That’s an 11.’ That was a 12.”

Philippians 4:13 “I am able to do all things through him who gives me strength.”


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