Alesha Dixon gets slated for her ‘American’ version of Britain’s National Anthem

“Gaaaahhhddddd save our Queen”

by heatworld |
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Alesha Dixon is NOT very popular amongst us British folk this morning.

The Britain’s Got Talent judge has been slated on social media for ‘butchering’ our National Anthem at the British Grand Prix.


Not only did the Hertfordshire-born singer put on an American accent, she also changed the words from “God save the Queen” to “God save our Queen”. Not a huge difference, we’ll admit – but naughty all the same.

Outraged viewers took to Twitter to air their views on Alesha’s performance, which actually trended on Twitter.

Some users claimed the 36-year-old’s rendition of God Save The Queen was so bad, that it amounted to treason.

One user wrote: “When you hear Alesha Dixon singing the National Anthem and all you want to do is escape...”

But Alesha hit back at everyone having a dig.


Maybe just stick to Mis-Teeq tracks from now on, Alesha…

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