February 17, 2013 at 11:05 AM
As the second variety show began this morning around 10 a.m., many kids went on stage to show the crowd their talents.
One pair of sisters, Katie and Sydney Bush, each performed a song to those in attendance at the Bryce Jordan Center.
Katie, 14, sang "I Miss You" by Miley Cyrus, dedicating it to her aunt and cousin. At moments, Katie teared up, but had her sister and committee members there to support her.
Sydney, 8, then took the stage with "Call Me Maybe" by Carly Rae Jepsen.
Other acts included more singing acts and dancing to *NSYNC music. Jacob and Ella Trimble showed off their hula hooping skills.
Tucker Haas, 7, and Taylor Haas, 4, had a duet of the song "Beauty and a Beat" by Justin Bieber and Nicki Minaj, while Dylan Moser put his own spin on Taylor Swift's "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together."
"Cancer," he said, "we are never, ever getting back together, like, ever."
Jan Stouffer and the Four Diamonds Fund performed a group song to the tune of "Home" by Phil Phillips and "Rockin' Robin" by the Jackson 5, inserting their own lyrics about THON and the Four Diamonds Fund.
Following, Erin Hawk sang "I'll Stand by You" by The Pretenders, and the crowd swayed and sang along with her.
The kids seemed like they couldn't get enough of chanting "We Are... Penn State" after their performances, and the crowd in the BJC loudly chanted with them.