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Tucker Haas To Perform Party Rock Anthem

Tucker Haas has gained national attention for his one-man cover performances of the Black Eyed Peas. After a debut two years ago that left THON in awe and a return a year ago with his sister that sent them both viral in the Twitterverse, Haas will return again for THON 2012 he announced during a THON Webcast interview Friday evening.

The Four Diamonds child that first performed the Black Eyed Peas “Boom Boom Pow” in 2010, and, along with his sister Taylor, covered “The Time” in 2011, will take the stage again this year to cover “Party Rock Anthem” to an already packed Bryce Jordan Center that is highly anticipating his arrival.

Here’s Tucker’s 2010 performance:

And here he is singing “The Time” in 2011:

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