Standing applause are given as a little Irish girl performs “Hallelujah” on stage with Pentatonix

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On The little Big Shots in 2018, Kaylee, then just 11 years old, performed Hallelujah with the a cappella group Pentatonix.

Singer Kaylee Johnson was asked to appear on Little Big Shots to showcase her incredible skill.

He shared the stage with Pentatonix, his favourite a cappella band, and the Irish singing star.

The brilliant vocalists Scott, Mitch, Kirstie, Kevin, and Matt make up the a cappella group Pentatonix.

They are the 2011 champions of The Sing-Off on NBC. The group is renowned for their strong vocals and hit tunes.

The audience applauded as soon as she started singing the first notes of Leonard Cohen’s Hallelujah since this concert with her on the platform was the most awaited of the night.

She, who has minor autism and ADHD and sings so brilliantly, is actually a peaceful child in everyday life.

Her instructors claim that once she sang with the choir at Killard House Special School in Northern Ireland, things began to shift.

His participation on the show is evidence that having a rare ailment shouldn’t prevent someone from developing their gift.

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