Lifestyle21-Year-Old Boy With Down Syndrome Inspired Audience With His Groovy Moves

21-Year-Old Boy With Down Syndrome Inspired Audience With His Groovy Moves

Despite rough conditions in life, there are still some people who exist with incredible fighting spirit. God has maintained equilibrium in life wherein some people might feel unlucky having some disabilities but on the other hand, they’ve got something within them that serves as an edge compared to others. Whatever your condition is physical, you are still expected to be thankful because God has given you life which is the greatest blessing of all. He gave you the opportunity to experience the beauty of His creation and enjoy everything that He has provided you.

A 21-year-old boy who was born with Down Syndrome decided to fight a battle in the stage of The Greatest Dancer. Andrew started to amaze the audience with his incredible moves and dance steps. He danced on the tune of Can’t Stop The Feeling by Justin Timberlake. Andrew started to love dancing when he was still young and he is fond of watching dance competitions on the television. He tries to imitate the steps and put some twist on it to make it more graceful.

Andrew’s condition did not hinder him in reaching his dreams in life. He doesn’t see his Down Syndrome condition as a barricade for him to become successful in life. His exposure in The Greatest Dancer could be the start of his colorful path in the dancing industry. During his performance, Cheryl who is one of the judges was left in tears. She couldn’t imagine how somebody who doesn’t seem to be normal in some ways has delivered such a great performance. This is truly a God-given talent that one should be thankful for!

Inspiring dancer Andrew leaves Cheryl in floods of tears – The Greatest Dancer | Auditions
SUBSCRIBE for more BBC highlights: WATCH full programmes on BBC iPlayer Inspirational dancer Andrew freestyles to Can’t Stop The Feeling by Justin Timberlake. Twenty-one-year-old Andrew was born with Down’s Syndrome. A self-proclaimed ‘captain of dance’, Andrew loves contemporary, ballet and ballroom.

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