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Fergie sings the National Anthem prior to the NBA All-Star Game 2018 at Staples Center in Los Angeles, Feb. 18, 2018. Getty Images

Fergie performed the national anthem before tip-off of the 2018 NBA All-Star Game and did not win over many fans Sunday during her rendition at the Staples Center in Los Angeles.

The singer put her own spin on "The Star-Spangled Banner," which did not really catch on with viewers. The Barenaked Ladies performed "Oh Canada" before Fergie took center court.

Several viewers took to Twitter to share their opinions regarding Fergie’s song, with a few calling it the "worst rendition ever." Twitter users were shocked by Fergie’s rendition, so were the people who saw it on television or in the arena, and thus memes were born immediately.

The 2018 NBA All-Star Game got off to an extremely weird start Sunday night in Los Angeles. First, there was the lengthy sketch from Kevin Hart and Rob Riggle — featuring Jamie Foxx, Adam Devine, Ludacris and Queen Latifah.

Then it was time for the national anthems, with the Barenaked Ladies doing a rendition of “Oh, Canada,” and Fergie performing the “Star Spangled Banner.”

During Fergie’s rendition, there were legitimately multiple breaks in the song, during which there was audible laughter from the entire arena — including Golden State Warrior's Draymond Green, who tried his best to keep a straight face, but couldn’t.

The full version can be seen in the video below and it was seriously one of the most bizarre two minutes at any sporting event in quite some time. This could likely go down in the books, with the likes of the Carl Lewis-rendition, as one of the extremely weird anthem moments.

Getting booked to sing "The Star-Spangled Banner" at a major event is an honor for any artist in the country. Many will try to put their own memorable stamp on the anthem, which might be include fiddling with the arrangement or striving for the glory notes. However, not everyone can be successful. With that in mind, here is a list of some of the worst renditions ever.

Fergie sings the national anthem before tip-off of the 2018 NBA All-Star Game at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, Feb.18, 2018. Getty Images

Keri Hilson had the vocal capability to make "The Star-Spangled Banner" soar, but unfortunately, the R&B star's performance at an NBA Lakers vs. Hawks game in 2010 did just the opposite. She made a mess by forgetting the lyrics.

Christina Aguilera, with her powerhouse glory notes, could have nailed "The Star-Spangled Banner,” but did not at the 2011 Super Bowl. She tried her own methods and changed the words in the song's fourth line, merging the lyrics with the song's second line, which did not go down well with crowd.

R. Kelly, who is well-known for turning ordinary performances into logic-defying moments, had likely tried that when he decided to go with a soul arrangement of the national anthem for a boxing bout. The results did not favor him, from the unnecessary use of handclaps to the even more unnecessary use of Chicago step dancers; due to this, reactions to the performance was negative.

Michael Bolton, at a Red Sox vs. Yankees baseball game in 2003, invited the criticism from fans when he dared to peek at the lyrics of the anthem scrawled on his palm. Between that and a certain bizarre echo following his every line in the song, Bolton's performance was definitely a fail.