Fergie brought some bread at the 2018 NBA All-Star Game, but nobody wants to eat it in the viral A Bad Lip Reading video.
Fergie In A Bad Lip Reading Video
The internet can once again make fun of the former Black Eyed Peas singer who, earlier this year, delivered a disastrous rendition of the national anthem. While the "Star-Spangled Banner" is notoriously a difficult song to sing, Fergie's big mistake was not because she could not reach the high tones of the song. It was because she tried different singing styles within 1-minute.
A Bad Lip Reading is a YouTube channel known for dubbing the audio of famous movie and television scenes with dialogue that, often, has nothing to do with what is happening to the rest of the video. The channel also previously created a hilarious video of U.S. President Donald Trump's Inauguration that also featured Barack Obama, George W, Bush, and wife Melania Trump.
In this case, instead of the national anthem, the 43-year-old sings about bread that nobody wants to eat. Of course, her now infamous erratic style of singing was recreated and mocked.
The singer-songwriter has already apologized for the criticism over her performance at the NBA All-Star Game in February. In a statement, she said that she is a "risk-taker artistically." She also added that she tried her best, but she failed to "strike the intended tone."
Fergie is yet to react to her A Bad Lip Reading viral video.
Fergie Reunites With The Black Eyed Peas
The "Big Girls Don't Cry" singer might not have time to revisit the embarrassing moment because she was recently spotted hanging out with Will.i.am, apl.de.ap, and Taboo at an event on Wednesday, July 4.
On Instagram, she posted a photo of the four of them wearing all white and looking like time did not move forward.
227.3k Likes, 4,825 Comments - Fergie (@fergie) on Instagram: "fourth w the fam @bep"
The Black Eyed Peas rose to fame back in the early 2000s. They released several hits including "Don't Phunk with My Heart," "My Humps," "Pump It," and "Where is the Love?" The hip-hop/dance-pop group also won a couple of Grammys.
They went into an indefinite hiatus in 2011.
Last year, Will.i.am revealed that Fergie has left the group and will unlikely return. A source said that she is more interested in working on her solo music. She, however, remains friends with the rest of the group.