After years of being too terrified to perform in front of an audience, Christopher Maloney finally does so on X-Factor UK. When he performed “The Rose” by Bette Midler, everyone lost their minds.
For performance artists to engage with the audience and, well, not screw anything up, emotional control is essential. But it’s simpler said than done.
It’s normal to feel anxious and frightened before performing in front of a large audience, especially if you’ve never been on stage before. Stage fright is a real thing.
The man in the video below is an authority on what it means to go past your comfort zone and face your fears in order to accomplish your goals. Since he was on a worldwide stage in front of the judges and everyone else in the audience, Christopher Maloney was tremendously nervous and stressed when he entered the audition room for The X Factor UK. It then materialized.
The judges were worried that he wouldn’t be able to perform because he was drenched in sweat and hardly able to speak. But as soon as he started singing, all of their worries disappeared.
The man was able to control his emotions and charm the crowd with his lovely voice.
The movie is here: