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VIDEO: 'Voice' Runner Up Jacquie Lee Sings National Anthem at Giants Game

December 30
8:22 2014
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Jacquie Lee, runner up of Season 3 of THE VOICE performed the National Anthem before Sunday's Giants game against the Washington Redskins at Metlife Stadium in the Meadowlands. Watch the performance below!

Later this week, the 16-year-old will head west to California for an appearance at the Tournament of Roses. She join 'The Voice' winner Tessanne Chin and third place finisher Will Champlin on a float decorated with red, orange and yellow roses for the annual New Year's Day parade. Also in the works is a performance of the National Anthem at an upcoming New York Knicks game.

The teen tweeted a photo from Sunday's Giants game along with the caption "Nice meeting Kate Mara at the Giants game today"

VIDEO: 'Voice' Runner Up Jacquie Lee Sings National Anthem at Giants Game

Source: @jacuieleemusic

 

VIDEO: 'Voice' Runner Up Jacquie Lee Sings National Anthem at Giants Game


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