Six kids from Brooklyn who have already overcome challenges like living in a homeless shelter will have their chance to perform at Radio City Music Hall next month, but first they stopped by "Good Morning America" for a chance to show off their musical skills.
The six members of the "Believe Kids Group" - Nazeser Miller, Alexis Albert, Deja Giddings, Dorian Sanders, Ke'lia Singleton and Gregory Giddings - rocked the "GMA" Times Square studio with a live performance of their musical skit "Ya Gotta Believe."
The kids, who all come from Brooklyn, range in age from 6 to 11 and already have big ambitions for what they want to achieve.
"[I want to] be president to make the world a better place," one member said.
"Be a doctor and a lawyer," chimed in another, of his future career ambitions.
The students have been tapped to perform June 17 in the "Garden of Dreams" Talent Show, an annual event where children who have overcome obstacles get a once-in-a-lifetime chance to perform at the famed Radio City Music Hall, home to the Rockettes.
They will perform the same "Ya Gotta Believe" skit, on which they collaborated with the Imagine Project, at Radio City.
One of the group members' musical idols is superstar singer and dancer Jason Derulo.
The "Believe Kids Group" was surprised today with VIP guest tickets to Derulo's "GMA" Summer Concert Series show in Central Park this year.