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Teen with Cerebral Palsy Stuns Crowd with her Rendition of the National Anthem

Teen with Cerebral Palsy Stuns Crowd with her Rendition of the National Anthem

Eighteen-year old Marlana VanHoose, who was born blind and with cerebral palsy, has been gaining serious attention singing the national anthem at sporting events—including for her favorite team, the University of Kentucky women’s basketball. The Denver, KY teen loves basketball because of the sounds associated with it, “Basketball, in my case, means the crowd, cheerleaders—sometimes their shoes squeak,” she said. “I just want to listen to people.”

Recently, she belted out “The Star-Spangled Banner” at the Cincinnati Reds home opener on April 6, 2015. Take a listen to her amazing performance at last week’s game, here.

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