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WINNIPEG -- The 10-year-old Winnipegger who wowed Lady Gaga can add another achievement to her resume: a broadcast to Times Square in New York.

Maria Aragon, catapulted to fame by a tweet by Lady Gaga, made a guest stop on Good Morning America this morning, with her latest performance of Gaga’s Born This Way broadcast by the ABC program on a big screen overlooking Times Square.

It’s the same song Aragon covered in a YouTube video that’s seen more than 13 million views since it received Twitter praise from the Lady herself, who said the performance moved her to tears.

Aragon talked to Lady Gaga by phone after the video went viral, and was invited to perform a duet with the mega-star at her upcoming concert in Toronto March 3.

"Of course I’m going to be nervous," Aragon star told Good Morning America host George Stephanopoulos.

Earlier this week Aragon earned a standing ovation from crowds Ellen DeGeneres’ talk show.

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