Demi Lovato singing the National Anthem? Count us in!
The 23-year-old will kick off Game Four of the MLB World Series on Oct. 31 in New York, where the New York Mets will face off against the Kansas City Royals at Citi Field.
Demi is in good company, as music legend (and New York native) Billy Joel has also been tapped to perform the National Anthem during tonight's Game Three.
And while we'll take any excuse to see Demi show off those powerhouse pipes, but we're just as excited for Tim McGraw's very personal contribution to the same game.
The 48-year-old country superstar will honor his late dad, former Mets pitcher Tug McGraw, by throwing out the first pitch of Game 4. Fun fact: Tim's dad is credited with coining the team's signature catchphrase, "Ya Gotta Believe."
It looks like Tim and his wife, Faith Hill, have passed along their very talented genes to the next generation. See Tim's sweet duet with daughter Gracie in the video below.
The 2015 World Series between the Kansas City Royals and New York Mets continues with Game Three tonight on FOX.