Colorado native Kayla Hruby rocked the national anthem ahead of Broncos' Monday Night Football game

Posted at 8:48 PM, Sep 11, 2017

DENVER — Who is Kayla Hruby? Millions of fans just heard her voice as she sang the national anthem on Monday Night Football ahead of the Denver Broncos, Los Angeles Chargers kickoff.

Hruby is a Colorado native, and she just proved she's got incredible talent on an unforgettable stage. 

"It's about making the country proud and making the people who are standing behind me proud too," Hruby said.

Hundreds of people took to social media after hearing her voice if only to say she killed it. 

But this Broomfield High School senior has been giving masterful performances for years already, and she hasn't even earned her diploma!

"My mom said I could hum before I could talk," Hruby said.

Hruby said she preformed the National Anthem at the 2017 CHSAA Wrestling State Championships and caught the attention of the Broncos.

"I was like, hey I can actually do this and do something great with my voice," Hruby said.

Check out some of her other performances below:

You can learn more about Hrubyon her Facebook events page.