Bentley, a 5-year-old boy, has captured the hearts of many after a video of him singing “My Heart Will Go On” at his Nana’s celebration of life went viral. Bentley is blind and has a rare condition known as Septo-optic dysplasia, which affects his optic nerves and pituitary gland. Despite these challenges, Bentley’s love for his Nana and his passion for singing pushed him to give a touching performance in honor of her memory.

The video shows Bentley dressed in a suit, holding a microphone, and standing in front of a crowd of mourners. His mother, who is standing by his side, can be seen holding his hand for support. The piano intro to the Celine Dion classic starts, and Bentley begins to sing, his voice clear and strong. As he sings, his emotion and love for his Nana can be felt in every note.

Bentley’s performance is a testament to his strength and resilience, and his love for his Nana. Despite the challenges he faces daily, he was able to deliver a beautiful tribute to her memory through his singing. The video has touched the hearts of millions, with many people praising Bentley’s courage and talent.

His parents, who have been overwhelmed by the outpouring of support and love for their son, have shared that Bentley has always loved music and singing. They are proud of his performance and are grateful that he was able to honor his Nana in such a special way.

Bentley’s story is an inspiration to many, reminding us that even in the face of adversity, we can find strength and joy through our passions and the love we have for those around us.


Definitely pulled on everyones heart strings. ❤️ *we do not own copyrights to this song

♬ original sound – Haley Bonds

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