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“The Voice” Finalist Belts The Most Gorgeous National Anthem At NBA Finals

The Voice National Anthem

The Voice finalist Michelle Brooks-Thompson sang a gorgeous rendition of the national anthem to kick off game one of the 2024 NBA finals, and fans can’t stop talking about it.

Michelle performed ahead of the Dallas Mavericks vs. Boston Celtics matchup on June 6. And while fans knew she would give a beautiful performance, they were still shocked by her power and emotion.

“Michelle Brooks-Thompson just sang the hell out of that national anthem, Sheesh,” a fan wrote on X after her performance.

“Wow Michelle Brooks Thompson just killed the national anthem,” another fan gushed. “What a voice!”

“Michelle Brooks Thompson getting the national stage she deserves. Legend of the game!” someone posted.

After her stunning performance, some are saying that the “NFL needs to book her now for the Super Bowl National Anthem.”

“The Voice” Finalist Michelle Brooks-Thompson Got Her Start Singing The National Anthem

Michelle Brooks-Thompson competed on The Voice Season 3 with Adam Levine as her coach and has since made a career out of her musical passions. But singing the national anthem is actually where she got her start.

At a young age, Michelle began performing The Star-Spangled Banner before high school and college games. She eventually won the “Sing Your Way to Fenway” contest, which allowed her to sing for a Red Sox-Yankees game, according to Mass Live.

Today, the singer continues to perform for various local and national events, with her focus being on gospel music. She uses her gift and strong faith to help others heal their trauma.

“My passion is to use music to encourage people and help them seek hope and keep faith, in the midst of every storm that life brings,” she wrote on her personal website. “My sincere desire is that my songs will inspire people to live life with more faith, love, and hope.” 

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