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Barclays Center Usher Brings Down House With Amazing National Anthem At Nets-Knicks Game (VIDEO)
OK, NOT Usher. Bryan Bautista, THE usher, and in case you’re still confused, watch the video above. Bautista, from Brooklyn’s Sheepshead Bay, has been working at the Barclays Center since it opened, and somehow word got out that he’s got some pipes. Singing in the lunch room? Not really.
Bautista, who said he’s been singing since was was a kid, approached the choreographer of the Nets dance team and declared that he “could sing the National Anthem too.” He sent her a clip, and then things took their course.
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