Alanis Morissette Opened Game 4 with Anthem

Alanis Morissette was back to her hometown to proudly take the role singing national anthems before Game 4 started.


Ottawa-born Alanis Morissette took her steps towards the microphone and sang both American and Canadian national anthem in front of a large crowd. Her anthem officially opened Game 4 on June 4 at Scotiabank Place.

The singer, who wore a red Senators jersey with the No. 10 on the back, replaced Lyndon Slewidge's role. Slewidge had been the team's regular singer since 1992 and was a favorite to the fans. That was why a complain letter was issued and published in Ottawa Sun for the replacement of Slewidge.

Morissette meanwhile, previously sang the anthem back in the Senators' first game on Oct. 8, 1992, when Ottawa beat Montreal 5-3 at the Ottawa Civic Centre.

© AceShowbiz.com


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