20 Year-old Steals Show with ASL Performance
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(BOWIE, Md.) – BSU’s Justina Miles is credited with stealing the Super Bowl halftime show away from super star Rihanna. Miles is a 20 year old deaf American Sign Language (ASL) Performer and pre-nursing major at Bowie State. Her performance at the Super Bowl went viral on social media. Miles also accompanied and signed during Sheryl Lee Ralph’s rendition of “Lift Every Voice and Sing” during the game’s pre-game show. She is the first Black female deaf performer to appear on a Super Bowl halftime show.
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