Sunday, February 18, 2018

Fergie's national anthem at NBA All-Star Game draws laughs

Previous "Black Eyed Peas" artist Fergie sang the national song of praise at the NBA All-Star Game Sunday night — and even the all-stars couldn't shroud their chuckling.

The artist's version of America's adored "Star-Spangled Banner" had her own eminent turn on it, which one Twitter client said was "in the key of 'Cheerful Birthday Mr. President.'"

Another client contrasted it with somebody's "alcoholic mother acting attractive."

Brilliant State Warrior Draymond Green was spotted on camera transparently giggling at the "Fergalicious" vocalist's tune and attempting to keep a straight face.

Different players looked similarly confounded amid the song of praise, and a huge number of superstars additionally seemed stunned.

Some online contrasted Fergie's execution with that of nine-time Olympic gold medalist Carl Lewis' execution at the 1993 NBA Finals. Some have named his interpretation of America's song of devotion as one of the most exceedingly bad ever.

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