AceShowbiz - Jordin Sparks rocked this year's NBA All-Star Game, delivering "Star-Spangled Banner". She sang the National Anthem at U.S. Airways Center on February 15 in her hometown Phoenix, Arizona.
Beside Jordin Sparks, Chris Brown was also scheduled to make an appearance at the event but pulled off soon after being accused of attacking a woman, who is strongly believed to be Rihanna. "He's not exactly missed. He does not currently represent the image we are trying to project," an NBA official commented on Chris' cancellation.
In addition to performing National Anthem on Sunday, Jordin Sparks was also seen attending Saturday slam-dunk contest, which was conducted at the venue as part of the pre-game festivities. Along with Eva Longoria, Corbin Bleu, Ludacris, Maria Shriver, Spike Lee and Elliott Yamin, she showed support to Rihanna, promptly cheering when Rihanna's hit single "Umbrella" was played during a break in between the competition.
Jordin Sparks singing' "Star-Spangled Banner":