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Faith Hill has no worries

Jeffrey Remz  |  March 10, 2010

Faith Hill has extremely little to worry about competition wise at least when it comes to a slew of Dallas athletes. Let's put it this way - Tony Romo, Ian Kinsler, Jerry Jones and others ought to stick to their day jobs.

Hill was in Fort Worth, Texas this past Saturday night to sing at Bass Hall.

As part of the fesetivities, it appears that a video was shown of athletes, mayors and personalities showcasing their lack of singing talent in a cover of Hill's megahit This Kiss. The video debuted before Hill's gig for the opening concert of the North Texas Super Bowl XLV Host Committee's Kick-off Concert Series.

Those appearing included Dallas Mavericks basketball player Dirk Nowitzki Cowboys past and present Emmitt Smith and Tony Romo, former baseball pitcher Nolan Ryan, retired hockey star Brett Hull, Texas Rangers Ian Kinsler and Michael Young, Cowboys owner Jerry Jones, ex-track superstar Michael Johnson and former football player and commentator Pat Summerall.

It is hard to imagine that a collective could sing so poorly. This is uncommonly and humorously bad.

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