Brazil selected to sing American anthem at an FBI program in Florida

Brasileira é escolhida para cantar o Hino dos EUA em evento do FBI na Flórida

Last weekend, Marina Ilali gave two presentations that would be for her…

Last weekend, Marina Ilali made two presentations that would be unforgettable and special for her. The Brazilian singer was chosen to sing United States Anthem and Ave Maria at an event organized by the FBI at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami, Florida.

On his official YouTube channel, he shared a portion of the show with fans and spoke of his excitement at performing at the event. He said, “It was incredible. I was overwhelmed by being a Brazilian artist selected to sing at such an important event.” The FBI people contacted the office and my manager signaled me because I thought I would fit in well with the event. “, to continue.

According to him, his manager sent some of his videos and the FBI management liked the voice of Brazil. She said that when people responsible for the incident approached and approved the presentation, she did not believe it. Was very happy

“I had moved a lot, mainly because I was alienated since the onset of the epidemic,” she said.

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