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Thu, 22 Dec 2016

Autistic girl's moving performance of "Hallelujah"

A 10 year-old girl with autism has touched hearts worldwide with her powerful rendition of "Hallelujah".

Kaylee Rogers from Ireland is often too nervous to speak out in the classroom, but when she sings all that's forgotten.

"I just love doing it. I just become a singer and be great at it."

Her performance at her school's Christmas concert has been shared hundreds of thousands of times on social media since it was posted on Monday.

Her parents first noticed her talent when she was singing around the house at just three years old.

Kaylee said she feels good when she sings and this Christmas, she's made many others feel good too.

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