Landon Mak reportedly learned "The Star-Spangled Banner" by watching a YouTube video

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March 14, 2019 02:15 PM

Little person, big pipes!

An adorable 4-year-old wowed the crowd of over 10,000 hockey fans at Hershey, Pennsylvania’s Giant Center this week when he performed the national anthem at the Hershey Bears’ game.

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Landon Mak — who wore very patriotic suspenders and a bow tie for the occasion — belted out the tune while standing on the ice ahead of the puck drop at the American Hockey League team’s game.

Sharing video of the sweet moment on Twitter, the Bears’ account wrote, “We found the real highlight throughout the sports world tonight!”

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According to news outlet ABC27, Mak has performed the national anthem once before — singing it at a professional baseball game in York back in 2018. He learned “The Star Spangled Banner” by watching a YouTube video from the NHL playoffs, according to the outlet.

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