A group of children from Indianapolis get a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to sing during the Super Bowl on Sunday.
The Indianapolis Children’s Choir will provide 45 young singers to back up Kelly Clarkson during the National Anthem on Sunday.
The choir’s founder, Henry Leck, says he was working with the Super Bowl Host Committee for two years in hopes of playing a role in the festivities. The kids found out that they would be singing nearly two weeks ago, but they have had to keep it quiet until now.
Leck says they have created a special four part arrangement for Clarkson to sing. They will practice on Friday.
Fox 59 Reporter Kent Erdahl caught up with three of the lucky singers on Thursday. Check out the video to see what they think of the opportunity.