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Euro 2024 qualifiers: the English anthem massacred, the singer apologizes

2023-03-24T11:29:13.060Z


LE SCAN SPORT – The British media pointed to the poor interpretation of “God Save The King” on Thursday during the victory in Italy (1-2).


“God Save The Queen” recently became “God Save The King”, but Thursday evening, on the occasion of the victory of England in Italy (1-2) in the qualifiers for Euro 2024, we did not know more very well what it was about.

The American-Italian singer Ellynora delivered a poor performance of the English anthem inside the Diego Armando Maradona Stadium in Naples.

The British media and supporters were offended.

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What a shame!

», «

A funeral song!

», «

A prank!

“, can we read in bulk on social networks.

The amazement could be read on the faces of the players of the Three Lions, whose anthem was also copiously whistled by the Italian public.

Technical problem

The singer explained herself after the meeting with the

Daily Mail

and advanced the argument of a technical problem.

His earpiece wouldn't have returned the sound to him.

"

I'm so angry, I wanted it to be perfect.

It wasn't my fault

, she said.

I apologize to all the English fans who were at the stadium and those watching on TV, I am mortified by what happened.

I want people to know that I wasn't being disrespectful

."

She also claims to have "

rehearsed the anthem twice the day before the match, then three times in the night

".

Her disastrous performance didn't stop her from posting a selfie on Instagram, along with the message "

Hope you enjoyed my England giveaway!"

before deleting it.

To save face, she promises to post a better version of “God Save The King” on her social media soon.

“I

hope you enjoyed my England gift!

» @ellynoraofficial

Source: lefigaro

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