One of the most enlightening things to learn is that you don’t judge a book by its cover. God loves both the weak as well as the strong, the young and the old, the rich and the poor, the wise and the foolish. We are all children of the Lord. Whether we choose to accept him or not is entirely up to us.
Looking at Puddles Pity Party, it’d be fair to assume he was a mime of sorts. You couldn’t be more wrong as Puddles Pity Party is one of the most original acts to grace the stage of America’s Got Talent.
Puddles demeanor is that of a sad person, a person with a broken heart. All that changes when he quickly breaks into song with a beautiful rendition of Chandelier written by Sia. His expressions, body language, and stage presence are all traits of a top stage performer.
Simon Cowell said that he never wanted to know who Puddles Pity Party is, and many agree with him. It would ruin the act to know who the man behind the face paint is.
Puddles Pity Party was given four yes’ by the excited judges who were hungry for more.
In the end, Puddles left as he came, looking sad and broken. He is a brilliant example of why you should never judge a book by its cover.