Most of today’s young singers started out by showing off their skills in school. Not surprisingly, a talented young boy decided to show off his singing prowess at a talent show in school. His cover of the Ed Sheeran song “Thinking Out Loud” immediately had the whole school cheering for him.
A school talent show can be a nerve-wracking experience for most children. Although 15-year-old Payton Kemp initially appeared nervous as his name was announced, the young boy carefully placed his sheet music on a small piano. When he began to play the Ed Sheeran song, the entire school couldn’t help but applaud for his performance.
This young boy will astound you with his cover of the Ed Sheeran track, ‘Thinking Out Loud’.
It’s an amazing performance that had the crowd going wild. However, this isn’t the first time that the young Kemp has enthralled an audience.
Kemp may be young but he’s been performing since he was a little boy. His grandmother claims that the child was already showing off his vocal prowess at the tender age of three.
Kemp’s family is understandably supportive of the up-and-coming musician. They encouraged the young boy to pursue his talents, allowing him to perform on stage at the age of nine.
He may be young but Kemp is a seasoned musical performer.
The young Kemp is certainly well on his way to conquering the world with his amazing voice. Now 18, the boy has pursued a career as a young performer and has even acted in a few minor projects.
He recently covered the song “Never Enough” performed by Loren Allred in the film The Greatest Showman. Some of his fans believe that Kemp’s voice has only gotten better with age.
Although there is little doubt that we will see more of Kemp in the future, his initial performance at the school talent show is a true cornerstone of his career. This young boy could be the next Ed Sheeran before we know it.
Watch Payton Kemp’s full performance below:
Twin Sisters Separated At Birth Finally Meet In Tearful Reunion
“It felt like something was missing, and now it’s complete.”
There are only a few things more magical than a reunion. A pair of twin sisters who were separated at birth were finally reunited after several years apart. Interestingly, neither of the girls were aware that they had a twin. Luckily, one of the girls' mothers was able to arrange their reunion.
Little Audrey was adopted by the Doering family in 2007. Her mother Jennifer tried to learn more about her daughter's biological background and discovered that Audrey had a twin. She immediately sought help through Facebook and managed to reach Nicole Rainsberry, Gracie's mother. A reunion between the twin sisters was arranged by Good Morning America, and it was truly a tearful one.
Audrey and Gracie are about to meet for the first time since they were separated at birth.
Blue Penguin Doesn’t Want To Leave His Rescuer After Release Into The Wild
It didn’t want to say goodbye!
This can't be the end! A blue penguin was released back into the wild after a long rehabilitation. However, the little guy didn't seem to want to leave his rescuer behind and looked around for her at the beach.
The video was posted by Kaikōura Wildlife Rescue, who had found the blue penguin with "a significant head wound." According to the post, the tiny bird valiantly tried to free himself from plastic netting and ended up with a huge injury on its head. Nevertheless, he recovered from the near-death experience and was finally ready to go back to the wild.
This little penguin is about to go back into the ocean, but he doesn't want to leave without saying goodbye!
Viral Video Captures Intense Game Of Sepak Takraw In Myanmar
These guys have insane skills!
Sepak Takraw is a sport native to Southeast Asia, more specifically from the Malay-Thai peninsula and its well known in countries like Thailand, Cambodia, Malaysia, Laos, and Indonesia. "Sepak" is the Malay word for kick and "takraw" is the Thai word for a woven ball; therefore sepak takraw quite literally means to kick ball.
This game has more than one name. In Malaysia, its called Sepak Takraw Raga while in Thailand it is known just as Takraw. But in Myanmar, it is known as the lonely chin and in the Philippines, besides of Takraw, it is also known as Sipa, which means to kick.