Sunday was the Super Bowl, but no one was bowled away by any super musical performances. Get it? Unfortunately, I do not.

Anyway, we didn't get any nip slips this year, but we did get a National Anthem slip, which isn't nearly as sexy or interesting. Still, Christina Aguilera mangled the National Anthem somewhat, and I'm sure "what a girl wants" is not to be Twitter-insulted by everyone from John Cena to "Weird" Al Yankovic. That's why Fergie from the Black Eyed Peas is coming to her aid. You know Fergie, right? The "pitchy," hump-loving singer whose rendition of "Sweet Child o' Mine" with Slash on Sunday was astoundingly sub-karaoke? Well, here's what she has to say:
"It's such a huge venue, your nerves take a hold of you," Fergie said during sportscaster Dan Patrick's radio show. "I completely understand. She's one of the best singers of our time. Nobody can take that away from you. ... But you get nervous at these things. We're human."

That's fair. I get nervous when I have to get up to pee during a stand-up show, cause all the other stand-ups make fun of you. However, if you're getting paid big bucks to sing the National Anthem at the Super Bowl, and you've been a platinum selling recording artist for 1999, you could at least write some cheat notes on your hand. And if you're a Fergie, you should stop speaking / singing for awhile, or at least speak about things we care about, like obvious metaphors for boobs. (MTV)