A young girl with a big voice from Longmeadow brought tens of thousands of fans to their feet when she sang the National Anthem before Thursday night’s Red Sox vs. Blue Jays game.
We first introduced you to Brynn Cartelli months ago, before she became a star and winner of NBC’s The Voice.
Just as we are in Fenway for her performance, 22News was in Hollywood when Cartelli became the youngest contestant ever to win NBC’s The Voice.
This is not her first National Anthem at a Major Leauge Baseball game, she previously sang at a Dodgers game.
“I grew up coming to Red Sox games so to be singing here is so amazing,” Cartelli told 22News. “It’s such a cool opportunity to be able to sing the national anthem in front of so many people including the players who worked so hard to get where they are today.”
After she made history, Cartelli has made many stops including her high school in Longmeadow, Springfield, the State House and now Fenway Park.
No stage is too small for this teenage star.
Brynn sang minutes before Thursday’s first pitch.
As for what’s next for the teen singing sensation? Cartelli told 22News she’ll be making a very big announcement very soon.