Three-Year-Old Transplant Survivor Sings with Lady Antebellum (Watch!)


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Three-year-old Mallory Kate Hall and her sister Madison joined Lady Antebellum and Hunter Hayes on stage in Forsyth County when the award-winning trio invited the local celebrities to perform with them during their show. The reason the girls have become hometown sweethearts is, unfortunately, due to a bumpy road that led to Mallory recently undergoing a heart transplant.

Throughout her tough days, the adorable toddler and her older sister found comfort in Lady Antebellum’s “Compass.” In an effort to give the Hall girls an unforgettable gift, Atlanta’s Channel 2 posted a video of the sisters singing on its Facebook page in hopes of getting them noticed by their favorite band. Much to the joy of Mallory and Madison, the trio did notice the news station’s attempts and their wish of becoming the fourth and fifth members of Lady A for an evening was granted.

Watch the emotional video of Mallory and Madison Hall performing with Lady Antebellum and Hunter Hayes:

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