UPDATE III: (Watch Video Below) Following Aguilera's Super Bowl National Anthem lyrics forgetting disaster, her next national performance has been announced -- she'll be singing at the Grammys in a very special tribute to a singing great. Can she come back?
UPDATE II: Christina Aguilera has spoken out about her major mistake singing the national anthem at the Super Bowl. In a statement to the AP after the performance, Aguilera said, "I got so lost in the moment of the song that I lost my place. I can only hope that everyone could feel my love for this country and that the true spirit of its anthem still came through."
For the lyrics she should have sung, click here.
UPDATE: Christina Aguilera majorly botched the national anthem: according to the AP, instead of singing "O'er the ramparts we watched, were so gallantly streaming," she sang "What so proudly we watched at the twilight's last gleaming."
In a statement announcing her singing assignment on January 24th, Aguilera said, "I have been performing the anthem since I was seven years old and I must say the Super Bowl is a dream come true."
Watch her struggle with the lyrics below.
PREVIOUSLY: How long will she hold the note?
Christina Aguilera will sing the national anthem at the Super Bowl in Texas on Feb. 6.
The five-time Grammy award winning singer will be making an encore at the NFL championship. She was part of the halftime show during the 2000 Super Bowl.
The NFL and Fox made the announcement Monday.
Other stars to have sung the national anthem at the Super Bowl include Carrie Underwood, Billy Joel, Diana Ross, Neil Diamond, Mariah Carey and Beyonce Knowles.
The previously announced halftime show will feature The Black Eyed Peas.
The Pittsburgh Steelers will play the Green Bay Packers at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas, for the NFL title.