- A Pinoy nurse recently wowed "Ireland's Got Talent" judges during an audition
- He works at a nursing home in Ireland and joined the competition to inspire others with his condition
- Said nurse has a speech defect yet it did not stop him from reaching for the stars
Filipinos have something to be proud of again! Indeed, the country is replete of world-class talents!
KAMI learned that a Filipino nurse in Ireland has received a standing ovation from judges of "Ireland's Got Talent."
According to Rodelle Borja, he joined the prestigious competition so as to inspire others from around the world who suffer from the same condition that he has.
Rodelle is a stutterer and at age 29, life has not been that easy for him.
According to him, he is not confident when he talks to people. However, he can express himself more whenever he sings.
In fact, the caption from Ireland's Got Talent official page was, "Nervous singer Rodelle from the Philippines lights up the stage."
At the end of his rendition of "Can't Help Falling In Love," the judges were so amzed that he received a standing ovation.
Watch the magical moment below.
Many Filipinos have wowed a lot of judges from all over the world! Rodelle is one of those who has earned the title being a "Philippine pride."
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