Seven-year-old Malea Emma Tjandrawidjaja got a standing ovation after her performance of "The Star Spangled Banner" at the StubHub Center in Carson Sunday ahead of the L.A. Galaxy's match against the Seattle Sounders.
A smile and a clap from the big man - reflective of the powerful performance.
Her rendition has since gone viral on social media.
Which made Emma rather happy.
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The 3-foot-9 singer scored the gig by winning the #GalaxySocial national anthem contest.
Galaxy are now seventh in the MLS Western Conference after 30 games. Malea Emma has several videos posted on her website, including performances of Aretha Franklin's "Think" and Radiohead's "Creep". She started singing at age 1.
"I was thinking that I can not do anything wrong because it's a really special song to America", she tells ABC.
In July, the Los Angeles native was in a Hollywood Bowl production of Annie as Molly, the protagonist's best friend. She said she practices with her dad every night and told CBS News that when she grows up she hopes to be a "singer, doctor, actress and violinist".