Autistic 11-year-old sings enchanting version of “Hallelujah” with Pentatonix

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Kaylee Johnson is a stunning little girl who got the chance to sing Hallelujah alongside Pentatonix on the show Little Big Shots when she was only 11 years old.

Kaylee Johnson is a singer who was invited to perform on Little Big Shots to showcase her incredible talent. The Irish singing sensation performed alongside her favorite a cappella group, Pentatonix.

Pentatonix is an a cappella group composed of talented singers Scott, Mitch, Kirstie, Kevin, and Matt. They are the winners of NBC’s The Sing-Off in 2011. The group is known for their powerful voices and their songs hitting the top charts.

This performance with Kaylee on the Little Big Shots stage was the most anticipated event of the night, and the audience cheered as soon as she started singing the first words of Hallelujah by Leonard Cohen.

For someone who sings so well, Kaylee, who has mild autism and ADHD, is actually a quiet girl in everyday life. According to her school teachers, things changed when she performed with the Killard House Special School choir in Northern Ireland.

Her performance on the show is proof that having rare disorders should not be a hindrance to developing talents.

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