It’s no secret that Apple’s iPad can do anything and everything its owners can imagine– and recently, a young man put this to the test in order to make a dream come true. Lee Ridley of Sunderland, England suffers from Cerebral Palsy and is unable to speak. But thanks to the help of the iPad, Ridley was able to perform stand-up comedy for the very first time.
Ridley normally uses the program Lightwriter to help give him the voice he does not have, but he decided to use an iPad during his routine because of the clear voice it offers as well as allowing him the ability to copy and past pre-written material, according to Electricpig.com.
Despite the iPad restarting on him during the beginning of his set, Ridley was successfully able to perform 10 minutes of stand-up. Excited by the experience, he’ll continue to perform going by the name Lost Voice Guy and will have three more shows in England during March and April. You can check out the video below.