Liberty Toddler Sings for Katie Couric

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Contributor: Lance Vaught
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Updated: 1/28 5:38 pm
A three-year-old girl from Liberty who's singing talents have given her worldwide recognition got to perform on Katie Couric's syndicated show today.

Grace Rodgers was born with a rare form of dwarfism, and as a result, she is unable to walk. Doctors also said those born in her condition are most likely to be deaf and have severly impaired lungs.

Despite her physical ailments, Grace always finds the strength to sing.

Her 2013 performance of "The Star Spangled Banner" on YouTube has tallied around 400,000 hits and made her an international star.

Grace and her mother were on Couric's program to share the toddler's inspirational story.
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