Maroon 5 was the headliner of this year's Super Bowl halftime show but the scene-stealer was gospel singer Carmen Carter.
Carter, backed by a choir that included her son, daughter and nephew, joined Maroon 5's Adam Levine as he sang "Girls Like You."
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"Of course I was overwhelmed and overjoyed," Carter said Monday on "Good Morning America." "To be able to bring my children because we’re really family-oriented, it was a chance of a lifetime."
As soon as Carter began hitting her notes inside Atlanta's Mercedes-Benz Stadium Sunday night, people on social media said she could have carried the entire halftime show by herself.
This woman/choir should've headlined the halftime show #superbowl— arti (@artipatel) February 4, 2019
Whoever that woman is should just take over and sing the rest of the night. #HalftimeShow— Kendall Ciesemier (@kciesemier) February 4, 2019
The California-based Carter revealed that she landed the Super Bowl halftime gig when a friend invited her to put a demo together for Maroon 5.
"I wouldn’t be here if it were not for him being gracious enough to share the stage with me," said Carter, who is no stranger to Hollywood, having sung on "Dancing With the Stars" for the past 10 years.