Watch as This Woman Captivates Crowd at Lincoln Memorial With Rendition of Star-Spangled Banner
Star Swain is an overnight sensation with her rendition of the national anthem in the nation's capital.
A shy tourist at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C., blew away the unsuspecting crowd with her a capella version of the "Star-Spangled Banner."
Star Genleah Swain was visiting the nation’s capital from Florida on June 16 when she was encouraged by her friend, Nay Nichelle, to sing the national anthem as Nichelle filmed.
The video has been viewed more than 10 million times after it was posted to Facebook.
At the end of the video, her friend said: “Oh my God! She did it! That was awesome!”
The assistant principal from Tallahassee told Inside Edition: “I could not believe it and I am so proud to represent our country like this and make people feel so good.”
On Monday, Swain took to her Facebook page to sing “Thank You” to all those who have watched her clip.
She wrote: "This is my 'Thank You' to everyone in the USA and the world for your love and support and well wishes. Over 10 million views......thank God for you and I love you!!!!!!”
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