Brothers With Autism Win The Judges Over With Epic Impressions

Ever heard of a perfect impersonation of Simon Cowell singing You Will Be Found or how about Kermit The Frog singing Tiny Dancer? The Brown brothers with autism win the judges over with epic impressions and it doesn’t stop there. They received a standing ovation and all four judges sent them on to the next round in America’s Got Talent. 

Okay, so these guys can do impersonations but they can also sing and are musically gifted as well. What’s even more amazing is how they explain what it means to be high functioning as an austic person. For some on the spectrum, it simply means they have a hard time understanding or reading social situations and interactions. Despite being on the spectrum, Gabriel and Nate Brown blew the judges away with their talent. 

The brothers said not only was it nerve racking enough to be on stage and on TV but also because they weren’t sure which one of the 576 variations of impressions and songs they would be performing. They mixed up the cards and passed them onto the judges. What happened next was blessedly pure, raw, and fun talent! Who wouldn’t want to hear a perfect rendition of Tears Of Jupiter and then hear it as SpongeBob?

The duo had only hoped to win over the judges. Instead they won over the hearts of everyone on and off the America’s Got Talent show. Gabriel and Nate are living proof that no matter how each of us are created, we are designed with God’s Glory in mind. They not only embraced their autism, they blew past the barriers and exceeded way beyond anyone’s expectations. We hope this video that is going viral makes your day and puts a smile on your face. 

1 Corinthians 10:31 “So whether you eat or drink, or whatever you do, do it all for the glory of God.”

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