'Australia's Got Talent' Judges Break Down During Teen's Emotional Tribute To Dead Little Brother

"I feel him with me all the time, talk to him all the time."

Fifteen-year-old Fletcher Pilon gave the performance of a lifetime when he took to the stage of Australia's Got Talent, stunning the audience and judges with "Infinite Child," a heart-rending tribute to his little brother, Banjo.

The Daily Telegraph reported that Banjo, age 10, was killed while skateboarding with friends outside his home in Wamberal, New South Wales.

Fletcher introduced the song saying, "I'm going to play a song that I've written for my brother, his name's Banjo and he passed away about three-and-a-half months ago," according to Australia's 9News. "He was 10 years old and four years younger than me, and he was skating on my board actually, in my street." 

The song left many in the audience, as well as judges Sophie Monk and Kelly Osbourne, in tears.

"I feel him with me all the time, talk to him all the time," Fletcher told News.com. "There's really two choices when you find yourself in these circumstances, and we could sit around and be sad which is understandable. But knowing my brother, who just wanted to have fun and be happy, has helped me always look at the bright side of life."

Watch this incredible excerpt below:

The performance was lauded as "the Most Emotional Moment of the Year."

A fund has been set up to build a skatepark in Wamberal in Benji Pilon's memory so that area children will have a place to skateboard safely.