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Watch as how the 14-year-old boy wowed the The Voice judges and audiences by his audition piece.

WATCH – A video of a 14-year-old boy has gone viral in the internet as he turned his audition  into somewhat like a concert and left everyone in the studio amazed and impressed by his sole performance.

As the video was posted in the Youtube Channel of The Voice Kids, it had gathered for a total of 21,060,338 views.

Tilman gave the judges and the audiences a concert-like performance during his blind audition. He had rocked out his performance as he sang Jerry Lee Lewis’ “Great Balls of Fire.”

An addition to the amazement of the people and the judges in his performance is the way he played the piano like a pro.

According to the video, moments before he owned the stage, he stated that his performance is going to be “really nice” and his family who is with the host watching him stated that it will be great.

As soon as he pressed notes on the piano, everyone was stunned and was moved to dance with the rhythm of the music.

Judges of the The Voice Kids Germany pushed their buttons making Tilman as a three-chair turner on the blind auditions.

Tilman even did an impressive stunt when he heaved a kick on the piano to play a note. Thus, making the audiences grow wilder.

Subscribers of the stated Youtube Channel left comments of amazement in his performance.

Some of the comments said that it was the coolest performance he had ever seen and the kid is awesome.

One of the subscribers left this comment, “This guy has got confidence and energy. He sung this song like a professional.”

Surely, Tilman’s family is so proud of the unique talent he got as he showed it off to the world.

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