16-Year-Old Sobs After ‘All I Want’ Blind Audition In Memory Of Late Mother

16-Year-Old Sobs After ‘All I Want’ Blind Audition In Memory Of Late Mother

One young lady, who sang in memory of her later mother, broke down in tears following her stunning audition on The Voice. 

Music is a powerful tool. It can move people to action, tell stories and can be very therapeutic. Music can and does allow both the musician and listeners to express emotions that are often difficult to articulate any other way. 

For 16-year-old Georgia Wiggins, who auditioned for The Voice Australia, the song “All I Want” by Kodaline holds a special meaning to her. 

In the clip posted on YouTube, Georgia, standing on the darkened stage, begins singing as the music starts and the lights come up. Despite her nerves, her voice's beautiful tone and sound are evident from the opening notes.

The audience gives the young woman a warm reception, clapping their approval early in her performance. It’s clear that several judges also enjoy her voice, but they pick up on her nervous energy. This delays them from hitting the buzzer, at least momentarily, for Georgia. 

Then right before the conclusion of her performance, two judges slam their buzzers for Georgia, turning their chairs around to face the young woman. She now has a decision to make.

Immediately after the song ends, Georgia breaks down in tears. She is clearly overwhelmed, and she explains why she chose the song.

“This song reminds me a lot of my mom,” she said. “I lost my mom when I was born.”

At the end of the day, Georgia still must make a choice of who she wants to be her coach. The judges go back and forth, making their case to the young woman.

However, after much deliberating, Georgia selects Joel and Benji Madden, twin brothers and members of the rock band Good Charlotte, as her coaches.

Revelation 21:4 “And he will put an end to all their weeping; and there will be no more death, or sorrow, or crying, or pain; for the first things have come to an end.”

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