Thanksgiving Day football games are a beloved American tradition particularly for diehard NFL fans. “National Anthem” duty is typically assigned to popular mainstream performers. The pint-sized “America’s Got Talent,” Quintavious Johnson’s (pictured) big voice was selected this year to belt out the National Anthem at the Detroit Lions against the Chicago bears Thanksgiving Day game and the kid managed to bowl over all who were glued to their TV screens.
The 12-year-old wonder kid who was a finalist on season 9 of “AGT” has secured a rep for having a riveting stage presence, exuding confidence bar none and possessing a smile that warms hearts everywhere.
The Franklin, Tennessee, native jump started his singing career in a church youth choir. Johnson has stepped up to the plate before to offer his stirring rendition of “The National Anthem” for the Franklin Cowboys, Franklin Baseball Club and Nashville Sounds!
Watch the always-dapper Johnson leave you, his viewing audience, awestruck, as he sings the National Anthem with fierce power and majesty at the Thanksgiving Day Lions vs. Bears game.
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