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Some Bridgeport girls will perform for one of their biggest audiences Tuesday night.

The Bridgeport Dance Line and Cheerleaders are in Cleveland to perform at Tuesday night's Cavaliers-Celtics game.

Bridgeport Middle School principal Carole Crawford said the 36 girls will entertain the crowd before tip-off.

"It's a huge honor. We like to have our kids in front of people, whether it be public speaking or performing," Crawford said. "And this is just a great opportunity. I don't think they quite know what's in store for them. It's going to be bigger than they imagined."

The girls will return Tuesday night after the game and be back in class bright and early Wednesday morning.