12-Year-Old With Down Syndrome Defies Odds With Her Cover Of 'All Of Me'

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This 12-year-old from Toronto, Madison Tevlin, is defying all odds. Madison was born with Down Syndrome, and most people who are born like this end to have voices that are "gruff and low-pitched." This prevents them from being able to sing. But, that didn't stop Madison from doing everything she could to be able to sing.

This young lady loves to sing and dance. She is currently taking voice lessons to strengthen her voice. It is amazing to see a young lady like her, do everything she can to be able to better her singing voice. Most people with Down Syndrome need to use twice as much energy when activating the muscles needed to sing. But, Madison doesn't seem to notice the extra effort she needs to put in. It's obvious that throughout this entire performance of "All Of Me" that she enjoys every minute of it.

Madison is given a beautiful talent from God, and she is using her light to shine on others for inspiration. Grab a box of tissues for this beautiful, tear-jerking performance.

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Watch Madison sing a live version of "All Of Me" below:

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