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Ow. My ears.

Chicago-area native Denise Richards was once an actress. Her career peaked somewhere after a guest shot on “Seinfeld” as the teenage daughter of an NBC executive (“Get a good look, Costanza?”) and her role in “Wild Things,” one of the great-bad movies of all-time.

These days Richards is known for her tabloid life, which was chronicled in a painfully uninteresting reality series. On Saturday she showed up at Wrigley Field, the latest in a long, long, long line of celebrities to sing “Take Me Out to the Ballgame” during the seventh-inning stretch.

It was one of the 10 worst performances in Wrigley Field history.

9 Responses to “Ow. My ears.”

  1. Andrew Says:

    What was funny, too, was that during the radio interview during the 6th, Pat Hughes mentioned that “I always enjoy catching re-runs of Married With Children…” Uh, Pat, wrong blonde. Good radio, though.

  2. Rick Says:

    Wow. Pathetic. But she’s still hot.

  3. Joe C. Says:

    It’s time to stop this little gimmick. Pleeeeease!

  4. Kathy Says:

    Well at least she makes my son sound good when he sings and he can’t carry a tune in a bucket.

  5. Jose V. Says:

    She was terrible, but especially so for an actress, who are usually multi-talented and can sing and dance, and even
    learn a lot of things for a role, such as playing a musical instrument. I was surprised she was so bad.

  6. Pat Says:

    Ditka was the best.

  7. SED Says:

    This is worse…

  8. Matt Says:

    She doesn’t even know the words. They should have a test before letting them open their mouths

  9. JefferyTz Says:

    Drop Dead Gorgeous was funny, but I think she was just playing herself 😉 When I lived in LA I had a friend who did extra work in movies for fun, and she was on the Starship Troopers set and said there was just nothing “real” left of Denise (both physically and mentally).

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