Boy With Down Syndrome Gives Passionate Performance To Whitney Houston Hit

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You’ll surely be left grinning from ear-to-ear when you watch this little boy’s passionate performance!

Nine-year-old Dane Miller was riding shotgun when Whitney Houston’s timeless song “Nothing” started to play. After hearing the song, the young boy decided to sing along, and his aunt caught the whole thing on tape.

Dane’s aunt probably thought she was just capturing a cute moment with her nephew. She had no idea that single moment would end up inspiring millions.

Since Dane has been diagnosed with Down syndrome, his aunt behind the camera, Jeanne Miller, told ABC News that music makes him light up in an instant:

He is just very vibrant. He’s very high-functioning so if he hears music, it’s just something that sticks with him. He’s very proud [of the video]. He just smiles and giggles.” 

Once the video of Dane singing went viral, his mother, Dana Miller, also spoke about how special he is:

“When we had Dane, we didn’t know that he had Down syndrome, but it wouldn’t have mattered. He has been probably the biggest blessing of our lives. He is just so loving and joyful. He is what’s good about this world.” 

If you find yourself feeling blue, Dane’s performance of “Nothing” will always brighten your day. His performance is just that adorable. Please check it out in the clip below.

The world has fallen in love with this little guy’s voice, and now you can too.