"The Voice" runner up Jacquie Lee of Colts Neck begins a busy week today.

The 16-year-old was invited to perform the National Anthem before today's Giants game against the Washington Redskins at Metlife Stadium in the Meadowlands.

Jacquie Lee at Metlife Stadium (@jacquieleemusic via Twitter)

The junior at the Ranney School of Tinton Falls will head back to California for the Tournament of Roses Parade on Wednesday. She'll join winner Tessanne Chin and Will Champlin, who finished in third place on "The Voice" on a float decorated with red, orange and yellow roses for the annual New Year's Day parade.

A scheduled performance of the National Anthem before a New York Knicks game has yet to be finalized.

Jacquie told the Asbury Park Press she hoped to spend Christmas vacation relaxing and, according to her Twitter feed, succeeded. She tweeted about playing an "intense" family game of Uno and ice skating at Rockefeller Center on Christmas Day.


Jacquie Lee of Colts Neck: The girl behind 'The Voice' wants to keep music playing / Asbury Park Press