That song is a sad song. It's about being head over heels in love with someone but they just don't return it to you. So you feel like a piece of shit because that's how he or she basically treats you. Anyone that's ever been in a situation like that can really relate to the song. It is a sad song that's how Thom wrote it and meant it to be taken.
just wondering. he was soooooooooooo good how did he lose to grace vanderwhat. obviously he is more talented so now we come to the truth. for the most part it is a popularity contest rather than a talent contest. there were at least 10 people who had more talent than grace but not as popular. she was more talented than tape face though and how he made top 10 is a joke
if we are honest , we know the reason why he did not win - but his positive energy, honesty and amazing talent will lead to a long lasting and spectacular career. It is a great privilege to experience this young man's voice - I wish I had a son like him -I'd be so proud -bless him.
He has an amazing voice. I just watched your video here. He was bullied growing up because he is gay. I have always strongly disliked people who bully someone because they are not the same as someone else.
Just a background on Brian Justin Crum: he was bullied when he was young and in school. He was a bit overweight and feeling a bit lost!! His Mum is a huge supporter of his and you could see her in the clip!!
He also knew he was gay at a young age so there was that too!! I'm a big fan of his!!! Thanks!!
This guy is the person who brought me to your channel I was watching other reaction vids on him and ended up here Didn't leave a comment then but did subscribe you are very good at what you do You make your viewers feel welcome and want to return for more videos. I love this guy He makes you feel the song. He brought me to tears knowing his backstory and you know he is feeling this song
I'm so glad that's the video that helped us cross paths! :) He brings positive energy, doesn't he? Very moving song, and very moving man! I could feel his emotions the more he sang. How are you buddy? Did you have a nice weekend?
As I watched your reaction, I felt as though you were touched by the same lyrics as I. When he sang "I wish I was special" I saw your face and how much it reached you.
Of course his power and range was extraordinary, but I couldn't help thinking what a fine actor he would make. He is certainly handsome and he knows how to take a word and make it affect your very soul. Yes, he made me a fan. BTW If you watch his you tube of "We Will Rock You" to the end (he's singing in a mall) you'll see that he's pretty good as a dancer as well. Quite a talented young man!!!
Since America's Got Talent, V. "In the day" I was a professional singer myself and the flexibility of his voice - his transition from powerful to controlled - is very difficult (at least it was for me) and his ability to do that was amazing. His mom got to me as well. When he told his story and I saw what it did to his mom, the mom in me just wanted to hug him and tell him everything will be allright. He also has the exquisite talent of revealing his personal pain in the lyrics of a song. It's been a long time since I've heard that kind of passion. I cannot tell you how many times I've listened to his rendition of "Creep." He stirs my soul.
I'm going to have to see that video you mentioned. Thank you for watching with me. :) He's such a positive spirit. so glad I was introduced to him by watching him in "Rise" with ptx. How long have you been a fan of Brian's?
Nice reaction! Like your different set up and style of reacting! Good improvements! This was an AMAZING performance! His voice is so rich and powerful but he can also get soft and gentle! So so good!! ❤️
Hey Dale, totally checking that video out and adding it to the list. :) SOunds really good and never heard of Melanie before. Thanks so much! I'll be shouting you out too. Just need time to get to it but I got you.
They had an intro for Brian before this performance and he talked about his troubles growing up and bullying that he went through. It adds to this performance and you can understand why he was getting so emotional during the performance. It's like he took all that pain and put it into this one performance. Here is a link to the performance with the intro.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KDIQfTdKWuY
Also I noticed that you've reacted to some WWE and other wrestling videos. Not for reaction, because the videos are too long, but I think you might get a kick out of OSW review video podcast (or Old School Wrestling Review). It's a group of three Irish lads that review old wrestling Pay Per Views (some recent stuff too). There stuff is pretty funny. A lot of their videos are on YouTube OSW Review HD I believe is the channel.
I have another for you to watch and a link to it as well ^^ It's bass beatboxing and it's awesome! I would recommend it to being one of the first things on your list to react to. https://youtu.be/HE4DJTcMqCU
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