She can sing 80 national anthems, is a Guiness World Record holder and is a Tedx speaker - and she is only 12 years old! Capri Everitt is a tween from Canada and has set a Guinness World Record for singing 80 anthems in 80 countries. The Everitts have been on the road for almost 9 months now and have travelled to support Capri in her endeavour to raise funds for international charity SOS Children's Villages and help the orphaned and abandoned children around the world.
Her journey was dubbed 'Around the World in 80 Anthems'. Capri's journey started when she sang “O Canada” at UNICEF’s Universal Children’s Day celebrations in Ottawa and ended with her singing her 80th anthem - 'The Star-Spangled Banner' in Washington. She’s travelled to countries including South Africa, Indonesia, Liechtenstein and Trinidad and Tobago, singing anthems in 41 languages.
Which ones did she find the hardest and what keeps her and her family going? Watch our interview with her to find out!