Fearless Olivia Towles refuses to let her cerebral palsy get in the way of her ambitions.
The seven-year-old from Kentucky, USA, was video enthusiastically belting out the Star Spangled Banner in front of a appreciative baseball crowd.
Olivia, who finds it hard for her to walk and talk due to the muscular condition, fearless strides out onto the home plate - supported by her mom Courtney and big Brother Kingston - before giving her rousing rendition.
She had been honoured with the opportunity to open the Lexington Legends’ South Atlantic League Playoff series after club officials heard about her singing at her school.
Inspired by her spirit, they invited her down to open the game.
And the jubilant crowd responded - giving her a huge standing ovation.
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