7-Year-Old With Cerebral Palsy Wows Kentucky Crowd With Rendition of National Anthem

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A 7-year-old girl with cerebral palsy stunned the crowd at a minor league baseball game with her massive pipes. 

Olivia Towles of Lexington, Kentucky, belted out "The Star-Spangled Banner" at a Lexington Legends game while her mother, Courtney, supported her.

Courtney worried for her daughter, but the girl said she wasn't scared of performing before an audience. 

"I wasn't nervous," Olivia told InsideEdition.com.

"She wasn't nervous at all," chimed in Courtney. "I was very, very just in awe of it. She's so brave and just an inspiration. It was a very, very, very beautiful moment for us and for her."

Olivia's mom said her vocal talents were discovered when she sang the national anthem at school. The Legends then reached out to see if she wanted to perform at one of their playoff games and the rest is history.

"She's an inspiration," said Courtney. "Mainly I hope that other kids with disabilities, that it can teach them that they can be brave too."


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