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Kennedy Holmes sings 'Gloria' with fans after Blues win first Stanley Cup home game

The St. Louis native was a finalist on season 15 of 'The Voice' and wowed viewers all over the country.
Credit: Twitter: Kennedy Holmes

ST. LOUIS — Kennedy Holmes is a St. Louis native and was a finalist on NBC's 'The Voice' competition show. 

The teenager led the crowd in singing the Blues' win anthem 'Gloria' at the downtown NHL watch party after the team won Game 4 of the Stanley Cup Final. 

Downtown St. Louis was going wild Monday night after the Blues defeated the Bruins 4-2  to tie the series 2-2. 

You might here a man singing in the video, that's a 5 On Your Side reporter Chris Davis who was mic'ed up and getting ready to do a live shot after the Blues won.

Holmes, only 14-years-old and from Florissant, finished fourth on the show last season. 

Kennedy attends John Burroughs School, and outside of the school walls, life for the 14-year-old is a little different now after coming back home. 

Many of her gigs are right here in St. Louis, but she does her fair share of jet-setting from coast to coast for performances and business meetings. 

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