Autistic Boy Wows Shoppers When He Starts Singing In Grocery Store

This is the heartwarming moment a young boy stunned shoppers with his incredible voice after unexpectedly breaking into song.

Calum Courtney, 10, wowed supermarket crowds with his flawless rendition of Smokey Robinson’s ‘Who’s Lovin’ You’. The young boy has a mild form of autism, which inspires him to sing and help others.

His performance caught the attention of a music producer and writer who wants to write a charity single with him in the New Year.

Calum’s mom, Tupney Courtney says Calum is always singing around the house and loves performing in public. The video of his performance in the Asla supermarket was originally supposed to be seen only by his father, but his aunt posted it on social media and it went viral.

When Calum saw the video, he surprised himself. Tupney said, “He did not realise how good he was until he saw the video, he said: ‘Mum, I’m actually really good.'”

She adds, “Calum has high functioning autism. For Calum this means blurred social boundaries, struggles with school and difficulties with friendships, but also that enables him to have no fear to get up and belt out a song.”

In fact, Calum has sung on stage at local charities supporting autism research.

Watch and listen to Calum singing the Smokey Robinson classic in the video below and share it with your friends!

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