Nate and Gabriel Brown, aka “The Brown Brothers,” were no ordinary siblings. The autistic duo had served in the Navy. However, since they were interested in music, they decided to test their skills.
The talented Nate was into writing songs, while Gabriel made the music. The two of them have established themselves as incredible impressionists. They were trendy on social media and wanted to try their luck on the talent platform America’s Got Talent.
The Brown Brothers came on stage. Before they started their performance, Gabriel got down the stage and handed over a list of cards with several songs and character names to the judges.
Gabriel asked the 4 judges to pull out 1 card from each list of cards and requested them to place the cards on the easels they had made in his garage. But instead, the judges put the cards in front of them.
The two singers and impressionists began their performance by singing Elton John’s “Tiny Dancer.” They impersonated Kermit the Frog for the song. Gabriel chose his next song from Nickelback’s “Photograph, “impersonating Donald Duck, while his brother, Nate, played the keyboard. The next song the talented singers chose was Train’s “Drops of Jupiter,” impersonating Spongebob.
Everyone present in the auditorium, including the judges, was laughing hysterically. However, the next act was something that no one had ever expected. Nate announced the next song was Lewis Capaldi’s “Someone you loved” and voiced his thoughts about impersonating Simon. Sofia & Howie were so impressed by Gabriel’s brilliant performance that they stood up, clapping their hands even before the act ended.
Simon was left speechless and was laughing at what he had just heard. Heidi asked Simon, “Has anyone ever done your voice this good.” To which he said, “No, actually no.” The last card with a song was with Terry Crews, which was “You will be Found” by Ben Platt. The Brown Brothers received 4 “yeses,” sending them to the next round of AGT.