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Singer's Stutter Vanishes When He Performs On "The Voice"

Stories like this one are the reason why the Internet can be such an inspirational place. The young man above is named Harrison Craig. From Melbourne, Australia, Harrison battles a speech impediment, which earned him a good deal of negative attention from bullies at school. Not one to be broken down, Harrison received speech therapy and took private vocal lessons to develop a wonderful singing voice.

During Season 2 of "The Voice Australia," Harrison absolutely wowed the judges in his blind audition when his stutter was replaced by an incredibly powerful voice. This rendition of Josh Groban's "Broken Vow" left the judges and crowd on their feet. His excellent abilities took him all the way, earning him the win in the season's competition.
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