A 22-year-old singer who was assisted on stage by his mother and a cane has possibly given one of America's most memorable performances of "Got Talent."
Kodi Lee is blind and has done autism.
His mother Tina told the judges of the show that he loved music "very early".
"He listened and his eyes grew big and he began to sing," she said. "I realized he was an entertainer, and through music and performance, he survived life in this world, because being autistic makes it really hard to do what everyone else does, and it saved his life
She helped her son at the piano, and he played Donny Hathaway's "A Song for Her."
All four judges, along with everyone else in the room, were on their feet when he was done Judge Gabrielle Union has reached the Golden Buzzer, which means he's going straight to the live shows.
"What happened there was extraordinary," Judge Simon Cowell said. "I'll go for the Rest of my life to remember this moment. "