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IN People ON 17 Oct, 2016
It can be truly distressing to perform in front of a huge audience or a room filled with strangers. And if you see Queen of England and Prime Minister included in the crowd, you will see your potential melting down. The situation can become nerve-racking for anyone.
Same happened with the Poppy girls, a few years ago. The girls that were about to perform in a major event of England were equally nervous as they were excited.
As given 'Courage is resistance to fear', the girls keeping this in mind performed and at the end victory was in their hands.
Watch the video at the end of the story.
The event is usually celebrated as the festival of remembrance to pay homage to the armed forces and victims of war.
The group of five young ladies were excited yet nervous to perform in the program.
Needless to say, it was beautifully sung.
And the reason was to raise funds for military families and sufferers of the war.
The presence of Queen made the scenario more alarming for the girls.
Megan Adams being just 10 was sad while performing as her father, Royal Navy Lieutenant Commander Billy Adams was serving overseas back then and he wasn't there to watch her singing.
He asked the girls to look at the back row that unveiled a surprise for Megan.
This video gained massive popularity and went viral with tens of millions of YouTube views.
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