Christina Aguilera's Super Bowl Anthem Flub: How to Make Sure it Never Happens Again

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With millions of viewers watching, singer Christina Aguilera sang the wrong words to the "Star Spangled Banner" at the 2011 Super Bowl. Now a Florida hypnotist guarantees to ensure it never happens again.

Pop singer Christina Aguilera was chosen to sing this year's national anthem at the Super Bowl. But to the surprise, shock, and embarrassment of millions of people, she sang the wrong words. 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."

The viewers were left to question if she messed up out of nerves, or if she really does not know the words to the National Anthem. "I think Christina simply got nervous and made a mistake," said Dr. Harlan Kilstein, creator of TheHypnoticSecret.com website. "She's been out of the spotlight for a while and the Super Bowl is a very high-stakes performance."

Kilstein adds that Aguilera was obviously focusing more on hitting the notes than she was getting the words right. "Under that kind of pressure, you need an incredible amount of concentration and confidence. That's why I recommend hypnosis to people for high-pressure situations. It helps you to relax and boosts your natural confidence so that you can hit all the notes and get the words right, too."

Kilstein has worked with sports stars from around the world who faced performance anxiety. He stated, "In Christina's case, one session is all it would take to eliminate this stress forever." He is in the process of contacting her agent to offer his services.

Dr. Kilstein has created a program that enables people to quickly tap into the Law of Attraction for money, success, confidence, and more. "I would recommend this program to anyone who would like to easily change their lives for the better."

Dr Kilstein is not new to bold claims. He's has gone on record as claiming he can help break Lindsay Lohan's patterns here: http://www.prweb.com/releases/2011/02/prweb5042884.htm

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