Senior Bowl Superstar Voting Begins

Senior Bowl Superstar Voting Begins

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Who will sing the National Anthem at this year's Reese's Senior Bowl at Ladd-Peebles Stadium later this month?

Three finalists performed this week on WKRG News 5 This Morning.

26-year old Sarah Allen kicked things off on Tuesday. She has performed in her church choir for years, but has never performed the National Anthem for a live audience. You can watch her performance here.

On Wednesday, Saraland High School junior Jessica Strenth took her turn behind the microphone. This is her second time to make it to the top three! She also made it to the Top 7 several years ago. She has been singing since she was a little girl in her church choir. You can watch Jessica's performance here.

The final Senior Bowl Superstar finalist is actually made up of a group of three young ladies from McIntosh. AKA is made up of cousins Ambria Reed, Kenesha Jordan, and Alexis Barnes. The trio is from Wasington County and has been singing together for years. You can watch their performance here.
 
Voting begins at 7am Friday and will end Sunday night at 11:59pm. You can vote online at SeniorBowl.com
 
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