Cringeworthy celebrity renditions of the American national anthem

Fergie - In 2018, the ex-member of Black Eyed Peas presented her jazzy version of 'The Star-Spangled Banner' at NBA's All Star Weekend.

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Fergie - The bluesy performance amused players, celebrities, and audience members, leading to open laughter. It has faced continuous mockery on social media.

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Steven Tyler - Aerosmith's lead singer did not give the greatest rendition of the anthem at the 2012 AFC Championship game.

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Steven Tyler - He received criticism for his high-pitched singing and made an error in the lyrics, singing 'as bombs bursting' instead of 'the bombs bursting.'

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Rachel Platten - The national anthem performance by the 'Fight Song' singer at a 2018 NWSL match between the Utah Royals and the Chicago Red Stars was flawed.

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Rachel Platten Introduction - She struggled to recall the lyrics, needing multiple attempts before successfully completing it.

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Keri Hilson - The singer attempted to perform 'The Star-Spangled Banner' at a Lakers vs. Hawks game in 2010.

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Keri Hilson - She unintentionally repeated the phrase 'what so proudly we hail'd' sequentially before quickly correcting herself with the proper lyrics.

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Michael Bolton - The singer was asked to sing the national anthem at the fourth game of the 2003 ALCS.

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Michael Bolton - It was so bad that he had to continuously look down at his hand as he sang, where he had apparently written the lyrics in case he forgot them.

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James Taylor - During Game 2 of the 2013 World Series, the singer mistakenly began with the incorrect song.

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James Taylor - Fortunately, he changed tracks soon after beginning and concluded without any further blunders.

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Jesse McCartney - During the 2009 Pepsi 500 event, the singer put his own spin on the American national anthem.

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Jesse McCartney - A nervous Jesse completely skipped the line 'what so proudly we hail'd at the twilight's last gleaming,' and continued singing as if nothing had happened.

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