Blind singer with autism blows Simon away with Golden Buzzer performance

America’s Got Talent has had many memorable moments.

One such moment is when Kodi Lee, a blind 22-year-old with autism, performed.

Kodi was assisted by his mother and used a cane to walk on stage. He then gave one of the most memorable performances on “America’s Got Talent” that will bring you to tears.

His mother, Tina, told the show’s judges that he loved music “really early on.”

“He listened and his eyes just went huge and he started singing,” she said.

“I realized he’s an entertainer. Through music and performing, he was able to withstand living in this world because when you’re autistic, it’s really hard to do what everybody else does.

“It actually saved his life playing music.”

On stage, mom Tina helped her son to the piano, then Kodi performed a rendition of “A Song for You” by Donny Hathaway.

It didn’t take long before the 4 judges and the audience rose to their feet.

Judge Gabrielle Union hit the Golden Buzzer, meaning Lee will advance to the live shows.

“What just happened there was extraordinary,” judge Simon Cowell said.

“I’m going to remember this moment for the rest of my life.”

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