The Major League Baseball All-Star Game provides access to a wide cross-section of people: Baseball players, of course, but also celebs and musicians. Stars of all sorts, you might say.
Since it was the All-Star Game, since it was baseball’s big summer event and since it was in Washington D.C., your friends at Yahoo Sports thought it was time for another installment of our game where we ask people to finish the lyrics to famous songs.
This time, we picked three you should know: “All Star” by Smash Mouth, “Take Me Out to the Ballgame” and “Yankee Doodle Dandy” — a pretty good recipe for everything that happened in D.C. this week.
Our daring panel of song completers included Brian Kelley from famous country group Florida Georgia Line, actress Ashley Greene of “Twilight” fame, actor Christopher Jackson of “Hamilton” and “Moana,” actor/musician Quincy from the show “Star” and Scott Rogowsky, the host of HQ Trivia. We say “daring” — but you’ll agree, we didn’t make it too hard this year. Still, we got some great reactions and performances out of our guests.
If you dig this, don’t miss the first installment from last year’s All-Star Game in Miami.
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