Madison Tevlin,12, can sing with the best of ’em.
Madison was born with Down syndrome, and therefore singing is more difficult for her than for others — people with the condition need to use twice as much energy to activate their vocal muscles as people without Down syndrome do, according to a study recently published on Down Syndrome Education International. The study also showed that people with Down syndrome tend to have voices with lower pitch.
But Madison isn’t letting any of this stand in her way.
Watch her tackle John Legend’s, “All Of Me” in the video below:
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