The Schuyler Sisters made quite the name for themselves just before the Patriots and Falcons kicked things off in Super Bowl LI.
For those unaware, The Schuyler Sisters were comprised of Renee Elise Goldsberry, Jasmine Cephas Jones and Phillipa Soo, the three actresses who originated the roles of Angelica, Eliza and Peggy Schuyler in the hit musical Hamilton.
Some have referred to them as the Destiny's Child of Broadway.
Okay, maybe that's just us.
The the talented trio was reunited Sunday in Houston during Fox’s live Super Bowl pregame show for an amazing performance of “America the Beautiful.”
As they took the podium, the three impressive stars delivered a rousing performance, replete with tight harmonies and soaring vocals.
And also with one notable addition.
The singers earned a huge round applause when they added the word “sisterhood” to the following line:
“God shed his grace on thee/ And crown thy good with brotherhood/ From sea to shining sea!”
Hamilton creator Lin-Manuel Miranda was among those to praise his former costars on social media, writing simply "AND SISTERHOOD."
But you can expect this change to elicit a different reaction from others on Twitter and various social media platforms.
Goldsberry (who earned a Tony Award for her portrayl), Soo and Cephas Jones have all since left the already-iconic Broadway production.
Check out their "America the Beautiful" performance below. (And, while you're here, also weigh in on Luke Bryan's national anthem.)