Siblings Team Up For Breathtaking Audition That’s Leaving Everyone With “No Air.”

Whether it is sharing a room, a toy, or a bite of your delicious pizza, having a sibling means sharing.

Brother and sister Ezekiel and Esther Mutesasira know this term very well, since they get to share something even more special: A beautiful voice. 

Ezekiel, 13, and Esther, 17, left the audience and judges of Canada’s Got Talent completely stunned after their stellar performance of “No Air” by Jordin Sparks.

When asked what would it mean to them if they won the competition, their answer was nothing but adorable. 

“I will be the happiest man on Earth,” said Ezekiel. “Mom will be proud of me and that’s all I want.”

A few years ago, Esther and Ezekiel’s mom had to flee Uganda for safety reasons. She came out as gay and was married to a pastor. She said she was seen as an “abomination” in her country. 

The siblings said they have been singing together from a very young age and that their mom has always supported them, even from the distance. In fact, they call her their “music teacher.”

“I used to call them over the phone and then tell them, make the song your own song,” said the mom. 

That is exactly what the siblings are doing with their unique and powerful voices. It seems like they are here to win and we are rooting for them!

Raise your volume and watch their stunning performance in the video below. Don’t forget to share with a friend!

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