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Lauren Jauregui Got Brutally Roasted for Her Singing of the National Anthem at the NHL All Star Game

Lauren Jauregui NHLLauren Jauregui had the honor of singing the U.S. national anthem at the NHL All Star Weekend pre-game last night. It seems like no one on Lauren’s team warned her about what happens when singers try to change the melody, tempo or rhythm of the Star Spangled Banner at a major sporting event. So, unfortunately, Lauren decided to offer her own rendition of the song …

While most network sports coverage glossed over Saturday’s anthem, CBS’ NHL reporter Pete Blackburn couldn’t help sharing his own thoughts: “The music … was not great … Lauren Jauregui performed the national anthem and provided a reminder why Camila Cabello decided she’d be better off leaving Fifth Harmony.”

But those comments were gentle compared to much of what was being written on social media. On Twitter, the roasting was particularly brutal and unfiltered.

Below we have video of Lauren’s performance, as well as a sampling of what some hockey fans on Twitter thought of Lauren’s performance.   Continue Reading →

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Justin Bieber Gets Manhandled During A Celebrity Hockey Game

Justin Bieber Gets Manhandled During A Celebrity Hockey Game featureJustin Bieber took a break from his top secret project to hit the ice on Saturday night. He strapped on some skates and grabbed a stick as he played in an NHL All-Star Celebrity hockey game. Justin was probably the biggest name on Team Gretzky and played alongside Cuba Gooding, Jr., Tim Robbins and other stars in a match against Team Lemieux.

After a few blocked shots, Justin was able to score once Team Lemieux pulled their pesky goalie. It wasn’t Justin’s score that had people talking after the game. Everyone seemed to relish watching Justin get body checked by a career defenseman with over 20 years in the league. Chris Pronger of the Arizona Coyotes had a chance to smash Justin into the glass and he took it.

Watch Justin get manhandled by a guy almost twice his age below.

(Photo credit: NHL Public Relations Twitter account)

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