Wednesday, May 22, 2024

Ouch! Chaka Khan’s Rose Parade Performance Didn’t Go Over Very Well

*Unfortunately Chaka Khan‘s less than steller performance at the start of the Rose Parade on New Years Day left a lot of her fans feeling a certain kind of way. Hint: It ain’t good.

If you missed it, Chaka, who pulled double duty as the parade’s Grand Marshall and a performer with a rendition of her mega hit “I Feel for You.” The performance didn’t leave a lot of folks with good feeling about her. We’re talking a lot of “ouches” coming at her. Like these comments on social media:

“Who got Chaka Khan drunk before this parade started?” someone wrote.

Ouch!

“Lord, Chaka Khan sounds a mess at this Rose Bowl parade,” a commenter said.

Ouch!

“Either Chaka Khan is drunk or her in ear monitor is off,” an observer noted.

Ouch!

“Chaka Khan needs to stick to lip synching,” suggested one critic of the performance.

Ouch!

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TheWrap noted that another Twitter user compared Chaka’s performance to “amateur night at the local middle school,” writing, “WTH I’m not drunk but my television must be what is this mess this noise why is Chaka Khan performing like it’s amateur night at the local middle school turn it off please.”

Ouch!

“Chaka Khan is a legend, but what just happened at the Rose parade was an abomination,” stated another fan.

Ouch!

“Damm I never thought I would say this this but Chaka Khan sound like s–t,” read another assessment.

Ouch!

Lord have mercy, we could show you more responses, but we’ve run out of “ouches.”

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In related news, the parade was briefly interrupted when a float celebrating U.S. railroad heritage broke down and erupted in smoke. Marching bands were able to move around the Chinese American Heritage Foundation’s “Harmony Through Union” entry, but other floats couldn’t, causing a brief backup.

“We’ve had a bit of a malfunction,” Leeza Gibbons told KTLA-TV viewers. “They’re scrambling right now.”

The disabled float was eventually towed from the route, and the parade resumed. The interruption caused long gaps, and some people began leaving until a monitor came along yelling, “The parade’s not over!”

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