Flu-stricken Pink practices national anthem for Super Bowl

Flu-stricken Pink practices national anthem for Super Bowl

Flu-stricken Pink practices national anthem for Super Bowl

She grew up about 30 miles from Philadelphia and gave a shout-out to the City of Brotherly Love during the show.

The songstress looked perfectly patriotic in a metallic silver jacket with a white-and-gray camo shirt and white pants, as she sang "The Star-Spangled Banner" before the big game between the New England Patriots and Philadelphia Eagles.

Trump has remained critical of the protests since then, and National Football League ratings have plummeted as fans have boycotted.

The New Jersey senator also addressed the protests directly in a Facebook post. She later sang well-known hits like "U + Ur Hand", "Who Knew", "What About Us" and "Raise Your Glass".

Trump is hosting a Super Bowl watch party at his golf course in West Palm Beach, Fla. "We (Heart) you. #SuperBowl2018" Pink wrote.

Additionally, Trump has frequently tweeted about the national anthem and said players should be required to stand.

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Ricketts backed Trump in the 2016 election and has since praised the president as "forward-thinking". "He is fired. He's fired!,'" Trump said during a rally in reference to former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick, the first player to take a knee.

A White House official told CNN that Trump has opted out of a pre-Super Bowl interview with NBC, which is televising the game.

"We send our best wishes for an enjoyable Super Bowl Sunday".

Fingers crossed that she's well enough to perform at the big game! Here in Nebraska, I've officially proclaimed the day as Stand for the Flag #SuperBowl Sunday. Gov. Henry McMaster (R-SC) issued a similar decree earlier this week. She said, "Yeah but altleast I suck while singing our countries national anthem, and you just suck by yourself on a dirty couch".

Colin Kaepernick (7) is joined by teammates during a protest during the national anthem on October 2, 2016.

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