4 Brooklyn schools represent the borough in White House performance
Students from four Brooklyn schools are on their way to Washington, D.C. to perform for first lady Michelle Obama.
Sixteen students will be joining a larger group at the White House to meet and sing for Obama and other high-profile guests.
The New York group has been working after school and on weekends to prepare a song from the musical "Hairspray" for their performance.
The group will also see themselves in a finished music video that they worked on with students nationwide as well as with celebrities like Paula Abdul.
Their big White House performance happens Wednesday.