Fans to be the official singer(s) of 'O Canada' at Raptors Game tonight
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Toronto Raptors fans will be taking the mic for tonight’s Canadian anthem.
And this may not come as a surprise to many.
When Alessia Cara sang the anthem for Game 2 of the NBA Finals, the fans took over.
- Someone changed Blue Jays Way to honour the Raptors before Game 5
- Raptors ticket prices are out of control for potential history-making night
- Durant returns to Warriors practice and could play vs Raptors in Game 5
So this time, the NBA has decided in advance that the fans will be spearheading this rendition of the Canadian anthem.
A historical moment for a historical game.
GRAMMY Award-winning R&B singer @MonicaBrown will perform the U.S. national anthem ahead of Game 5 of the 2019 #NBAFinals presented by @YouTubeTV, while the @Raptors invite all fans to join in the singing of the Canadian anthem.
⏰: 9:00pm/et 🇺🇸: ABC 🇨🇦: Sportsnet pic.twitter.com/ASj2nA2CVl
— NBA (@NBA) June 10, 2019
As for the US anthem, 90s singer Monica will be leading that one.
Get ready for chills, considering people paid up to $2,600 for a ticket tonight, they’ll probably be singing out loud.
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