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This guy got his own back for years of anti-gay bullying with a single song (VIDEO)

Joseph McCormick June 29, 2016

After enduring years of fat-shaming, anti-gay bullying and haters trying to end his dreams, this guy just proved everyone wrong.

Brian Justin Crum took to the America’s Got Talent stage to sing Queen’s iconic hit ‘Sombody to Love’, and dedicated the song to his mom who he says was always supportive.

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Growing up, Crum says he was bullied, and even asked to move to Oregon to be with his aunt and uncle to have a fresh start.

After a standing ovation from the judges and audience, Crum is told by Spice Girls star Mel B: “If I wasn’t married and you weren’t straight we would be in love.”

Howie Mandell adds: “I think tonight you found everybody to love you.”

Heidi Klum says the singer got his own back on “all those people who bullied you”, while talent show Mogul Simon Cowell adds: “I’m guessing that’s one of the biggest performances you’ve ever given…and the truth is you are a fantastic singer.”

Watch it below: 

A gay couple earlier this year unleashed an incredibly intimate performance on the latest series of Italy’s Got Talent, coming out to their dads on the show.

Last year, America’s Got Talent singer Branden James revealed that he is HIV-positive.

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