Assistant Principal Who Wowed With National Anthem Performance Sings in Times Square | Inside Edition

Assistant Principal Who Wowed With National Anthem Performance Sings in Times Square

To kick off the July Fourth weekend, Star Swain performed in Central Park and Times Square on Friday morning.

The assistant principal whose impromptu performance of the National Anthem at the Lincoln Memorial made her a viral hit has now brought her incredible voice to New York City.

To kick off Fourth of July weekend Friday morning, Star Swain performed in Central Park for Good Morning America.

Read: Marine Dad Surprises 10-Year-Old Daughter at Atlanta Braves Game After She Sings Anthem

After the appearance, she met Inside Edition in Times Square for another showstopping performance.

"I'm just blown away by everything," she told IE. "I would never have imagined that I would be kicking off Independence Day in New York."

On June 16, Swain stopped tourists in their tracks with her rendition of the Star-Spangled Banner during a family trip to the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C.

Swain, who sings in her local church choir, was visiting from Tallahassee, Florida, where she works as the assistant principal of Jefferson County Middle/High School. Now she hopes to sing professionally.

Read: Blind Teen with Autism Sings Spine-Tingling National Anthem

"I've been singing all my life just waiting for the moment that would cause it to be brought to the whole world, so I guess now is the moment," she said.

A video of her performance at the Lincoln Memorial swiftly racked up millions of views on Facebook.

"I could not believe it," she said of the attention. "I am so proud to represent our country like this and make people feel so good."

Watch: 89-Year-Old Holocaust Survivor Sings National Anthem at MLB Game