Sheryl Lee Ralph will sing “Lift Every Voice and Sing,” the so-called Black National Anthem, at Sunday’s Super Bowl.
Arizona is hosting Super Bowl LVII on Sunday.
The Kansas City Chiefs will square off against the Philadelphia Eagles.
Kick off is at 6:30 pm ET.
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i am@superbowlPractice singing in the pre show!!! See you on Sunday! pic.twitter.com/xhYMzwu15I
— Sheryl Lee Ralph (@thesherylralph) February 11, 2023
If you’re familiar with Super Bowl national treasure Sheryl Lee Ralph, welcome. The veteran singer-actress sang the Black National Anthem (opens in a new tab) on Sunday’s Super Bowl stage, calling for “every voice to lift up and sing.” They joined country singer Chris Stapleton singing the national anthem and R&B star Babyface singing “America the Beautiful.”
“Never in my wildest dreams did I think I’d be singing at the Super Bowl,” Ralph said at a press conference (opens in new tab) ahead of the big day. She conveyed her loyalty by carrying an Eagles purse. For Ralph, the Super Bowl means “good food, good friends and a good game.”
Alicia Keys sang the ‘Black National Anthem’ at last year’s Super Bowl.