Formerly Bullied Singer Earns Standing Ovation on America’s Got Talent 2016 (VIDEO)

28-year-old singer Brian Justin Crum earned a standing ovation on America’s Got Talent 2016 on Tuesday, June 28, 2016!

As a kid, Brian was bullied for being overweight, bullied for being gay, and bullied for wanting to be a singer. So his mother let him get a fresh start by moving in with his aunt and uncle, despite how much losing her son hurt her. The result? Brian is an extraordinary talent, and a kind, humble man, from all appearances. Brian sings “Somebody To Love” by Queen, and it’s a version that nearly rivals Jordan Smith’s version from The Voice Season 9. Seriously, Brian has such a full-bodied rock voice. His range is outstanding, and his tone is the kind I could listen to all day. I absolutely loved this performance, and I think he’s someone who could go seriously far in this competition. Had the judges not used all their Golden Buzzers already, I think we’d be seeing another one used right now. In fact, I’d guarantee it, considering Brian gets a standing ovation from all four judges. Watch the performance video below:

Formerly Bullied Singer Earns Standing Ovation on America's Got Talent 2016 (VIDEO)

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