The NBA All-Star Weekend festivities may be over but the country is still talking about Nelly Furtado’s version of the National anthem.
Furtado came out with flautist Tony Duncan before the All-Star game to perform an unusual version of “O Canada.”
Fans on social media slammed the performance, asking “what country’s anthem was it?”
Just listened to that national anthem Nelly Furtado sang last night. Very nice but what country’s anthem was it?
— Ron Holmes (@RonBHolmes2nd) February 15, 2016
Nelly Furtado was great but when is someone singing the Canadian National Anthem? #NBAAllStarTO
— Don Tapscott (@dtapscott) February 15, 2016
Others called it the worst play of the game.
On behalf of Canadians everywhere, we’d like to nominate Nelly Furtado’s version of our great anthem as the worst play of day @TSN_Sports
— Ian Esplen (@IanEsplen) February 15, 2016
Though some people praised the signer, the majority of reviews weren’t positive.
I love Nelly Furtado!! #NBAAllStarGame
— Ponder On That (@PonderOnThat) February 15, 2016
Listening to Nelly Furtado sing “Oh Canada” @ #NBAAllStarTO like: pic.twitter苏州美甲纹绣培训/NHsWyfREyw
— Dan Hanna (@UCDan) February 15, 2016
I missed Nelly Furtado singing the national anthem, but 广州蒲友’s play-by-play was more entertaining by the sounds of it haha #NBAAllStarTO
— Lauren O’Neil (@laurenonizzle) February 15, 2016
My girl Nelly Furtado just nailed the national anthem at the NBA Allstar game! #NBAAllStarTO
— Christopher Blair (@docchrisblair) February 15, 2016
Although Ne-Yo did great. Nelly Furtado was not.
— neil dijgrasse tyson (@dijalbert) February 15, 2016
Nelly Furtado should have her Canadian citizenship revoked for her rendition of the Canadian anthem #NBAAllStarTO
— Nick In ParkEx (@NickInParkEx) February 15, 2016
Here’s a look at some other anthem renditions that didn’t go as planned.