Demi Lovato is taking the field during Game 5 of the World Series to support her hometown team, the Texas Rangers. No, she won't be suiting up and taking the mound; the "Skyscraper" songstress will be belting out the national anthem before Monday night's (October 24) game verses the St. Louis Cardinals.
"I'm so excited," Lovato recently told MTV News of singing the "Star-Spangled Banner." "I just nearly died when I found out. I cannot wait."
Lovato said she wouldn't have been able to sing the national anthem at the game if it weren't for her loyal Lovatics. She recently tweeted, "Only my lovatics could land me a spot singing the national anthem at the WORLD SERIES!!!! I couldn't do it without you guys!!!!"
So how did Lovato's fans land her the chance to sing before her hometown crowd? "My fans were actually the ones that sent a petition saying, like, 'Can we get Demi to sing the national anthem?' and sent it to the MLB and the Rangers' Twitter, and they saw it and they called," Lovato said. "So without my fans' support, I wouldn't be singing the national anthem."
Now, after her performance, Lovato will be cheering on her team — but don't ask her to pick a favorite Ranger. She is just hoping for a win.
"I don't have a favorite player," she said. "I support my home team."
Lovato isn't the only star to sing the national anthem at the World Series this year: "American Idol" winner Scotty McCreery and Zooey Deschanel have both lent their vocals before the big game.
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