Alicia Keys, Paula Abdul and Jordin Sparks were three of the big performers at last nights Super Bowl, unless you include Tom Petty, whose band took time off from brisk walks around the mall and using their car bumper to beg me to ask about their grandkids. Of the three chicks, Keys was clearly the best, and it really wasn’t even remotely close considering she was the only one who actually sang. Page Six says:
Paula not only faux sang her way through “Dance Like There’s No Tomorrow” but even the dancing, which was once her strongest skill, was weaker than the drinks they were serving at the concession stands. But the American Idol judge wasn’t the only one affiliated with the show to come up short — Jordin Sparks, last season’s champ had the honor of singing The National Anthem. While Jordin did sound amazing, much of that was thanks to the backing track which was painfully obvious at several points during the performance. Fueling the lip sync fires was the fact that mere moments after Jordin delivered her rendition, a full version of the song was available on iTunes for 99 cents.
You can watch Paula again in the video above. Then you can stir some household cleaners with your dick or maybe stand behind a donkey while a friend throws rocks at it's balls and decide which is more fun. Keep in mind, donkeys are funny!