Kids Help Boy With Autism Sing 'Let It Go' At Talent Show After He Forgets The Words
April 14, 2016
Dressed as Olaf, 13 year-old Jagger Lavely began singing "Let It Go" at the Oak Middle School talent show in Shrewsbury, Massachusetts.
He got through the first verse, but then Jagger started stumbling, forgetting the lyrics to the song -- so the audience joined in.
Kids in the audience began singing the lyrics to help get Jagger through the performance.
"It was just that magical moment where it just felt like the entire community rallied around him," said his mother, Stacey Lavely.
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