Brothers with autism impress the judges with their incredible imitating performances…

Everyone is in awe of these autistic twins’ accurate and enjoyable impersonation, including the America’s Got Talent judges!

Have you ever heard of someone singing You Will Be Found in flawless imitation of Simon Cowell? Consider Kermit the Frog performing Tiny Dancer instead. These incredible impressions and many more from the Brown brothers will wow you.

In reality, the four judges of America’s Got Talent gave these autistic brothers a standing ovation and advanced them to the next round.

These guys not only possess mimicry skills but also musical talent and the ability to sing. The way they define high functioning in the context of autism is even more astounding. Some people on the spectrum simply struggle to grasp or interpret social circumstances and relationships. Despite being on the autism spectrum, Gabriel and Nate Brown’s ability astounded the judges.

The autistic boys claimed that appearing on stage and in front of a camera was stressful enough without having to worry about picking which of the 576 possible impressions and songs they would be singing. The cards were changed up before being given to the judges. What followed was talent at its most pure, unadulterated, and enjoyable! Who wouldn’t want to hear Tears of Jupiter performed flawlessly before seeing SpongeBob perform it?

The team’s primary goal was to impress the judges. Instead, they captured everyone’s affection both on and off of the America’s Got Talent stage. Nate and Gabriel are examples of how God created each of us with His glory in mind, regardless of how we were each made. They not only accepted their autism but also broke through hurdles and well exceeded everyone’s expectations. We hope that seeing this viral video brightens your day and makes you smile.

Watch their performance below:

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