Eva Abley, a 14-year-old comedian with cerebral palsy, performs an amazing stand-up comedy routine on Britain’s Got Talent that has both the crowd and judges in stitches!
At the start of this video, a dynamic young woman named Eva Abley, who is only 14, comes on the stage confidently, introducing herself to the crowd.
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Eva begins by apologizing if the audience cannot understand her. She says she has Cerebral Palsy and makes jokes about being from a certain part of the country. Eva suggests to re-watch her performance with subtitles when they get home, and the crowd laughs.
The teen then gets everyone giggling when she says her complete diagnosis. She tells them that she has enough trouble getting Alexa to answer her questions than trying to say the name of her own diagnosis.
Eva Abley Has Everyone Cracking Up
Eva Abley is a natural comedian. She says that people always tell her that they feel sorry for her with her disability, and she responds, "Well, my mom's ginger and my dad's bald, so I'm the lucky one." She cracks more jokes about her school’s subjects that get the judges laughing so loudly.
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Eva goes on to say that we are all disabled. She says that people will say that you can do anything you want in life. Eva explains, but who really would want someone like her with tremors to perform life-saving heart surgery or give them a new haircut.
She signs off with the most precious saying, "Thank you, you've been brilliant, and I've been Eva." The crowd stands and cheers loudly, including judges, as Eva Abley is positively shocked at their response. Her father has tears in his eyes. All of the judges then rave about her impressive act.
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The Bible tells us that laughter is good medicine, and it is easy to laugh at Eva's jokes today.
“A cheerful heart is good medicine, but a broken spirit saps a person's strength." Proverbs 17:22
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