It appears a new performer has joined Whitney Houston, Frank Pizarro and Beyonce with an all-time classic rendition of the national anthem.
Prior to a New Jersey high school basketball game last week, two-year-old Trent Harris brought the house down with an amazing, adorable performance of "The Star-Spangled Banner" (watch below).
Trent and his parents, Jessica and Clark Harris, appeared on "Fox and Friends Weekend" this morning to talk about how the toddler fell in love with the tune and how he's able to perform it on his own at such a young age.
Clark, who's the long snapper for the Cincinnati Bengals, explained that his wife and son came to all the team's home games this past season, arriving early enough to hear the performance of the national anthem.
Jessica also lets Trent pick a song for her to sing before bedtime, and a popular choice of his has been "The Star-Star Spangled Banner."
The precocious singer was kind enough to perform the song this morning on "Fox and Friends Weekend."
Watch Trent knock it out of the park above and see the original performance that everyone's talking about in the clip below.