Boy manages to sing national anthem at baseball game despite suffering from hiccup attackBy Mason White 2:59 PM November 23, 2015
|Ethan Hall singing national anthem|
By: Chan Yuan
(Scroll down for video) A young boy who had the honor of singing the national anthem at a baseball game in Australia, managed to make it through the entire song despite suffering from a severe hiccup attack, according to a video uploaded to the Internet.
7-year-old Ethan Hall sang the anthem before the Australian Baseball League game between the Adelaide Bite and the Brisbane Bandits.
Seconds after Hall began the song, he began suffering from a severe bout of hiccups. However, despite the obstacle, Hall managed to complete the entire song.
Some baseball players were seen smiling as the boy struggled through the song. When Hall finished the song, the large audience erupted in a loud applause.
A few days later, Hall was invited to sing the national anthem on a radio show, and he was able to get through the entire song without hiccups.