10-year-old singing sensation Liamani Segura will be front and center singing the National Anthem at Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Finals in Milwaukee Wednesday night.
Liamani is no stranger to singing in front of large crowds or for the Bucks. She sung in each round of the playoffs, and now some are calling her their good luck charm.
"I'’m so exited and I cannot wait to see everybody! I hope I make them proud and I’m ready to blow some socks off," said Liamani.
Liamani said when the Bucks asked her to come back to sing for Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Finals, she was beyond thrilled and honored.
"I was like 'oh my gosh, they want me back so that means I did something right last time,'" said Liamani.
Tomorrow will start as a normal day, with Liamani heading to school. After, it's all down to business.
"I’m going to curl my hair and put a bow in," said Liamani.
Although the 10-year-old has sung at multiple major and national events, every once in a while there are butterflies. That's when she "shakes out the wiggles" with her mother to help ease the nerves.
Helping her every step of the way is Liamani's family. Her father Anthony Segura wears his Team Liamani sweatshirt almost everywhere he goes.
"She is proud and thankful to be a part of this Bucks journey and their road to the finals. It’s cool," said Anthony.
He couldn't help but get emotional when talking about how proud he is of his little girl.
"We are super proud of her and thankful for everything God is doing in her life," said Anthony.
To follow Liamani's journey visit www.liamanisegura.com