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Entertainment Fergie 'needs auto-tune' after national anthem debacle, Wendy Williams says

17:56  21 february  2018
17:56  21 february  2018 Source:   foxnews.com

Watch: Fergie's National Anthem At The NBA All-Star Game Did Not Get Good Reviews

  Watch: Fergie's National Anthem At The NBA All-Star Game Did Not Get Good Reviews Fergie sang the U.S. national anthem before tip-off of the 2018 NBA All-Star Game at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. Fergie sang the U.S. national anthem before tip-off of the 2018 NBA All-Star Game at the Staples Center in Los Angeles.

Wendy Williams said Fergie needs " auto - tune " after national anthem debacle . Williams isn’t the only one mocking Fergie for the sultry rendition. Roseanne Barr, who sang the national anthem at a 1990 Padres game, chimed in about the debacle on Twitter Monday, saying : “Who saw Fergie ’s

Wendy Williams Says Fergie ‘ Needs Auto - Tune ’ After National Anthem Performance . Wendy Williams Says Fergie ‘ Needs Auto - Tune ’ After National Anthem Performance Wendy Williams did not hold back about Fergie ’s performance of the national anthem at the Sunday, February 18, NBA

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Wendy Williams just doesn’t think Fergie can sing.

Williams slammed Fergie after the 47-year-old singer’s rendition of “The Star-Spangled Banner” fell flat with viewers during Sunday night’s NBA All-Star game. Though she said Fergie was “the best,” Williams said the singer “needs auto-tune.”

Fergie, Wendy Williams are posing for a picture: Wendy Williams said Fergie needs © Provided by Fox News Wendy Williams said Fergie needs "auto-tune" after national anthem debacle. "There are only a few people who can sing raw... and Fergie is not one," Williams said during her show. "She needs auto-tune. Jen Lopez needs auto-tune. Janet [Jackson] needs auto-tune. Beyoncé needs auto-tune."

Viewers Slam Fergie's National Anthem Performance at NBA All-Star Game as "Worst Rendition Ever"

  Viewers Slam Fergie's National Anthem Performance at NBA All-Star Game as Some of the players, Jimmy Kimmel and others in the crowd at Sunday's NBA All-Star Game appeared to snicker."Worst rendition ever"?

Fergie had the honor of performing the "Star-Spangled Banner" at the beginning of the NBA All-Star Game on Sunday evening, but sadly, not everyone was a fan of her "There are only a few people who can sing raw dog, and Fergie is not one," Wendy shared on her show. "She needs auto - tune .

What do you think of Fergie 's version of the National Anthem ? Black Panther Smashes Records - Продолжительность: 23:16 The Wendy Williams Show 794 228 просмотров.

Fergie said she was sorry for the panned performance.

“I've always been honored and proud to perform the national anthem and last night I wanted to try something special for the NBA. I'm a risk taker artistically, but clearly this rendition didn't strike the intended tone. I love this country and honestly tried my best,” the Black Eyed Peas singer told TMZ.

Williams said she felt that Fergie “didn’t need to apologize” and the backlash over the performance would simmer down by next week.

Williams isn’t the only one mocking Fergie for the sultry rendition. Roseanne Barr, who sang the national anthem at a 1990 Padres game, chimed in about the debacle on Twitter Monday, saying: “Who saw Fergie’s national anthem performance at the NBA All Star Game? I think mine was better lowkey.”

Other people, including A-list celebrities and basketball players, were caught laughing Sunday during the singer’s performance. On social media, Fergie faced an onslaught of criticism.  

Mariah Carey, however, had nicer things to say to Fergie, including some advice amid the backlash.

“Darling, nobody needs to listen to that,” Carey told TMZ while waving her hand back and forth while walking out of a Los Angeles restaurant.

Wendy Williams Announces When She’ll Return to TV Following Hiatus to Focus on Her Health .
Wendy Williams‘s television hiatus won’t last that much longer! The talk show host, 53, announced she will return to her self-titled show March 19 after taking some time off to focus on her hyperthyroidism and Graves’ disease , per her doctor’s orders. And next week, actor Jerry O’Connell will fill in as Williams’ first-ever guest-host. “Jerry has been such a good friend to me and to the show,” Williams says in a statement. “We’re happy to welcome him as a guest host while I’m out getting much needed rest. Can’t wait to get back in my purple chair!” RELATED: Wendy Williams Suffers from Thyroid Issues & Graves’ Disease, Will Take 3-Week Hiatus On Feb. 21, Williams announced she would be taking three weeks off due to Graves disease, an autoimmune disease that affects the thyroid, in addition to other thyroid issues of which she was previously aware. “Graves’ disease squeezes the muscles behind the eyeballs,” she explained. Admitting that her viewers spotted her eye issue before she did, Williams said she attributed the symptoms to focusing on her son Kevin‘s senior year of high school and applying to colleges, as well as her hectic work schedule. After canceling an appointment with her endocrinologist scheduled for December in favor of a business meeting, Williams finally saw the doctor the day before making her announcement. “My doctor has prescribed — are you ready? — as of today, three weeks of vacation,” she announced. “What? Who are you? I was pissed.

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