Teen grabs mic at wrestling event when there’s no one to sing national anthem

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Not being ready for the performance, he was able to take the national anthem out of the park.

If you have ever sung the US national anthem at least once, you know that it is quite difficult to hit all the right notes. So imagine for a moment what would happen in front of a large group of people!

At the age of 17, Isaac Bryant, a junior high school student, gave it to him, and he had no plans to do so.

It’s quite a familiar and difficult job, but someone must do it. Frankly, Bryant’s main goal is to become a singer. You simply do not allow anyone to wear the “Stellar Flag” during a public event.

But his solo concert turned out to be an interesting one – in the fight of the High School of Mechanics in Ohio, Ohio. Apparently, no one else was present to sing the anthem.

“They needed someone to sing national songs, that’s why I’m like, ‘I’ll do it,'” Bryant said.

Encouraged by a friend, the young man decided to take a step towards it – and he was able to give a very impressive performance to any type of person by appropriate standards.

“I just sang from the bottom of my heart,” he said.

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