7-Year-Old Girl Escapes War in Ukraine, Sings National Anthem With Sweet Voice, Thousands Watch Her in Video
- A seven-year-old girl, Amelia Anisovych, who became famous after singing Let It Go from Frozen cartoon is in the news again
- In Poland, after escaping war in Ukraine, Amelia sang her country's national anthem in a stadium filled with thousands
- Many people who reacted to her latest video were amazed by the kid's stage confidence in front of a large crowd
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A seven-year-old girl, Amelia Anisovych, has amazed many people in a stadium filled with thousands as she sang with her beautiful voice.
Earlier, the kid went viral when she sang Let It Go from Frozen while in a bomb shelter in Ukraine. Then, the girl got the attention of the whole world as she entertained her fellow citizens amid the war, People reported.
Her performance in Poland
After escaping the war and coming to Poland, the kid performed at the Atlas Arena in Lodz and sang her country's national anthem at a charity to support victims of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
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Watch her earlier performance below:
Below is a video of Amelia singing the national anthem:
Legit.ng compiled some of the reactions her national anthem rendition gathered when it was shared by Good News Movement:
"God’s Blessings to you Amelia and your family! You have a beautiful voice,never stop singing! I’m praying for Ukraine!!"
"Such a beautiful voice from this special girl. May she be kept safe."
"Just makes you tear up hearing her precious voice, wishing so much safety, healing & so much more for Ukraine right now."
"She’s absolutely precious and doesn’t seem at all intimidated. Im a musician and this would make me throw up. Major props to this little love, she did beautifully."
"Brave courage young lady in so many ways. Way to go Ms Amelia! You are unstoppable."
"Idk why I’m crying. Brave little girl keeping everyone’s spirits up."
Father welcomed daughter home
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that a Nigerian father's joy knew no bounds as his daughter escaped war in Ukraine and came back to Nigeria.
The man in a tweet on Saturday, March 19, said he is grateful to God and the federal government who made it possible to see his daughter again.
In great happiness, the man prayed that nobody will cry over their children. A photo he shared on Twitter showed him 'backing' his daughter.
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