Judges Don’t Believe Boy Can Play Piano Blindfolded, Then He Leaves Simon Awestruck

by Mauricio Castillo
Mauricio has been writing for 11 years and is deeply into movies, sports and anything funny.

In the video below, you will meet young Leo Bailey-Yang, a boy who can only be described as a piano prodigy. He shocked the Britain’s Got Talent judges — and the world — with his original audition.

At just 7 years old, Leo was able to wow them all while wearing a blindfold.

Yep, right after introducing himself to Simon and the rest of the judges, Leo excitedly raises his hand, which is holding a black blindfold.

The judges assume the little boy is going to play the piano, but when he proclaims he’s going to play it while wearing a blindfold, they are all in disbelief.

Then, Leo sits in front of the large piano. So small that his feet dangle off the seat, Leo even has a little red stool to rest them on!

One of the most famous yet complicated songs to play on the piano is “The Flight of the Bumblebee.” One of the reasons it’s so hard is because of the sheer speed it demands.

Can you imagine the little fingers of a 7-year-old blowing through the keys of a piano to play it?

Well, you don’t have to, because that’s exactly what Leo did!

Check out his amazing performance in the video below, and please SHARE it on Facebook!

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