WATCH: This magical audition on America's Got Talent is the best thing you'll see all day
Even if this isn't your usual sort of thing, give it watch. It's special.
For the majority of viewers, reality TV isn't their cup of tea and we completely get that because it's easy to see why certain people absolutely loath something like The X-Factor.
Cynical grabs for headlines, sob stories that overshadow the talent, a monopolisation of the Christmas number 1 spot, a focus on image over voice, a disregard for the mental health of the contestants.
They're all valid criticisms and we're not denying them, however, despite the obvious flaws that the genre has, there are still moments that can change people's lives.
For example, you may not like the music of Susan Boyle but there's no denying that her first appearance on Britain's Got Talent was remarkable.
Over the years, we've been treated to countless singers, performances, acts, dance troupes, comedians, and bands.
It's easy to be cynical but if you're looking for something that's bound to improve your mood, Kodi Lee's recent audition on America's Got Talent is just the thing.
As stated on his Twitter profile, Kodi is a "musician, performer, singer, and tap dancer." He's also a very charismatic 22-year-old man that happens to be blind and autistic.
As you can see below, Kodi's mother says that music has consistently been a creative outlet for him and in the most recent episode of America's Got Talent, he showed off his skills for the whole world to see.
Take a look at his staggering rendition of 'A Song for You' that was made famous by the likes of Ray Charles, Donny Hathaway, and Michael Bublé.
All we're going to say is that Gabrielle Union, a judge on the show, has got very good taste.
Clip via America's Got Talent