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Posted at 8:04 AM ET, 02/ 7/2011

♪♫ 'Sweet Child o' Mine' should never, ever be sung by anyone other than Axl Rose

By Melissa Bell

There have been some complaints about the Super Bowl's musical performance Sunday night. Christina Aguilera flubbed the lyrics of the national anthem. The Black Eyed Peas struggled through bad audio and messed up electronics. I could have forgiven the overpaid musical acts for the sloppy showmanship. But then the Black Eyed Peas committed the greatest musical sin of all: Fergie in an outfit an alien wouldn't be caught dead dressed in tried to channel Axl Rose, swinging hips and all, during the halftime show. Guns 'N' Roses guitarist Slash did his best to play along to her, but nothing could save that song from Fergie. As a much needed ear cleaning, the one and only "Sweet Child O' Mine." Fergie, listen and learn:

By Melissa Bell  | February 7, 2011; 8:04 AM ET
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