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Kodi Lee Fully Channeled Elton John on His Latest Astonishing Piano Cover

The America's Got Talent Season 14 winner still managed to wow without vocals. 

By Jackie Manno

Kodi Lee can seriously play anything and make it look easy. 

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On March 26, the America's Got Talent Season 14 winner shared a clip of himself playing an improvised piano number. In the video, he plays intricate, blues-y bars without missing a beat. He's absolutely channeling Elton John here! 

''Looks like this piano hasn’t been played in a while! Let me give you love! 🎹🧡,'' the musical prodigy captioned the post.

See the epic moment later down in this article.

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Kodi Lee performs his original song ''Change'' on AGT: Fantasy League

Kodi Lee singing while playing piano on stage.

Not only is Kodi Lee an expert at tickling the ivories, he's an amazing singer and songwriter as well. When he returned to the AGT stage for Season 1 of America's Got Talent: Fantasy League, he performed his original song, ''Change.'' (Watch above.) The powerful lyrics emphasize the importance of fighting against bullying and negativity in our society. 

When it was time to receive feedback, the Judges couldn't have been any more impressed with Lee's raw talent.

''Well done, Kodi. You're a legend.'' Mel B gushed. 

''It's a different vibe that you're giving us, and I'm liking it. Love the song. Love you. And that was perfection,'' Heidi Klum said. 

''That was amazing,'' Howie Mandel chimed in. 

''Kodi, you continually surprise us in a positive way. For you to come back and write a song and perform a song, which sounds current and relevant, and you performed it with such passion, it shows us what a great Artist and person you are,'' Simon Cowell said. 

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In an interview with NBC Insider, Kodi Lee's mother, Tina Lee, opened up about her son's thought process behind writing and performing the song in front of a massive audience. 

"I was so proud of him, and it makes me so happy to see him reaching his dreams and working so hard to make a difference in the world. I couldn’t be more proud," she said. "So, we sat down with him as a team and wrote a song about anti-bullying and the hope that people will change and be better, and not to judge and be kind to one another.''