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Singer screws up the national anthem really badly before Portland hockey game (VIDEO)
First Published May 20 2013 09:49 am • Last Updated May 20 2013 09:50 am

She’s not American, she doesn’t normally perform in English and she really, really screwed up "The Star-Spangled Banner."

Singer screws up the national anthem really badly before Portland game (VIDEO)

Canadian musician Alexis Normand's recent rendition of the United States' national anthem before a hockey game is painful to watch at times. She forgets the lyrics and seems to entirely make up some of the words.The audience even begins singing along in what appears to be an attempt to help the woman out.The performance was at the 2013 Memorial Cup opening game Saturday between the Portland Winterhawks - a junior ice hockey team based in Oregon - and the Halifax ...

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