It was incredibly beautiful. The super-talented trio took to the stage to perform the song “Prayer”

The talent of these kids is irrefutable.

As soon as three children went up to the stage at “The Voice Kids” to sing an epic work from voiced legends Celine Dion and Andrea Bocelli, the jury as well as the audience was in awe. It’s one thing to look up to such legends but kids perform here, and their talent is irrefutable. During “The Voice Kids’” fight, Matteo, Claudia, and Matteo Marcus perform “The Prayer” and initially they were tense. The opening music starts as the camera pans over each young singer preparing to perform.

After that, Claudia starts the song and the premier note is flawless; the audience applauds and the judges are instantly impressed. The boys then switch and are evenly touching as each singer steps into their part, their parents cry backstage and the audience sits at the edge of their seats, the judge appearing overwhelmed with emotion. He stands up, noticeably moved by this uplifting performance as all three voices merge into one.

The mass explodes as they hit the ultimate note and the kids give a mini encore.

Surprisingly, the song was initially recorded as two divided compositions, one in the English language by Dion and the other in Italian by Bocelli. In 1999, the song received the Golden Globe Award for the nomination of Best Original Song as well as was offered the Academy Award for the same nomination. Moreover, in 2000 it received a worthy Grammy for Best Pop Vocal Cooperation. In the company of many comments written on the YouTube clip of the speech were questions about how anyone can choose who will pass to the next phase, with one person asking, “How can you choose between three?” it was incredibly beautiful. “I wept.”

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