ABC News(NEW YORK) — When an entire family showed off their musical talents for what started out as a Mother’s Day gift, their “Les Mis” number went viral before they could say “One More Day.”Jordon, Landon, Heidi, Spencer, Andrea, Caitlyn, Juston, Karina and Jayson Lebaron joined “Good Morning America” from their home in Utah and said the video that has already racked up more than 9 million views on Facebook in less than a week was conceptualized as a gift for their mom.“This was my mom’s idea actually. She loves hearing us sing [and] she really really wanted a Mother’s Day present so we just all decided we’d throw together a little group recording,” Jayson Lebaron said.The family said they “always sing around the piano” performing a variety of songs, but perhaps the most amazing part of this viral video is the fact that it was filmed on the first take.“Jayson and Karina decided we have all the parts for ‘One Day More’ and mom requested it so we sang through it once or twice and recorded it and that’s what you see,” Angela Lebaron explained.The siblings, who are all musically inclined, said they figured out early on in their relationships if — and how — their partners and now spouses would fit in their family’s harmony.“There’s probably not a formal audition process,” Jordon Lebaron said, “but it’s something we get to the bottom of early on in the relationship.”And to top off the musical family affair — Jayson said the group’s accompanist isn’t actually a sibling — it’s their dad!Copyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.
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(UPDATE: He hit a massive home run to right off Jeremy Hellickson his fifth time up, the ball sailing over Phillies fans packed into the right-field seats. He flipped his bat in front of the Nats’ dugout on his way to first base.)Harper DESTROYS one to right!Get used to it, Washington. pic.twitter.com/O3j9nB8poa— NBC Sports Philadelphia (@NBCSPhilly) April 3, 2019Martinez also gave Harper high marks for moving to a passionate baseball town that is one of the East Coast cities that “reflects the spirit of baseball.””When you go to Philadelphia, you go to New York — both sides — and you go to Boston, you’re in a city where they eat and breathe baseball,” Martinez said. “And I think Bryce Harper chose a good place for him.” MORE: Watch ‘ChangeUp,’ a new MLB live whiparound show on DAZN “Everybody has to understand this was probably Bryce Harper’s opportunity to make a career for himself, secure his family and secure his future,” Martinez said in response to a question by host Adnan Virk. “And a lot of people probably mistake how important it is for a top athlete like Bryce Harper to feel that he’s finally secure with his family.”It didn’t work out in Washington. I guess he wanted to feel more comfortable and he decided to go to Philadelphia. Nothing to blame him for.” STEELE: Harper gives new fans thrill in old parkNationals fans booed Harper every time he came to the plate Tuesday. They cheered wildly after Washington ace Max Scherzer struck out Harper in his first two at-bats. The reaction was less hostile (skewed greatly by the Phillies fans who were at Nationals Park) after Harper lined a double to right field his third time up and sliced an RBI single to left against Nats reliever Matt Grace in his fourth trip. Pedro Martinez has much more sympathy for Bryce Harper than do Nationals fans.The Hall of Fame pitcher (and former Phillie) told DAZN’s “ChangeUp” on Tuesday that he was “a little bit surprised” by the reaction Harper received in his first game as a visitor in D.C. since signing a 13-year, $330 million contract with division rival Philadelphia.