Harrison Craig has been the victim of bullying at school for his entire life, all because he stutters when he speaks.

Despite his peers’ unmerciful teasing, he tried not to let their words get the best of him and continued to pursue his passion for singing. It’s safe to say, there’s at least one time he has his stutter under control: whenever he’s singing.

When he heard The Voice: Australia was having auditions, Craig decided to try out — and we’re sure glad he did! During the blind audition, this young man truly conquers all with his rendition of “Broken Vow” by Josh Groban.

He delivers the performance of his life and completely wows the judges. His voice is flawless as he hits every note.

During the stunning performance (which took place back in 2013 but recently went viral again), his mom and brother were in the backstage viewing room cheering him on. At 3:55, Craig’s younger brother is seen crying tears of joy as he celebrates his brother’s triumph. It’s such a touching moment. This mom raised two amazing kids.

It’s an audition that’s so beautiful and inspirational that you will need to get ready for goosebumps. Take a look at Graig’s audition in the video below:

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