Christina Aguilera has been invited to sing a do-over.
The Brooklyn Cyclones are offering the Staten Island native a chance to perform "The Star-Spangled Banner" before one of the minor league baseball team's home games this summer.
Aguilera botched one of the lines of the national anthem before Sunday's Super Bowl in Arlington, Texas.
The New York Mets' Class A farm team extended the invitation Tuesday.
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Cyclones general manager Steve Cohen said in a statement that "when a player makes a mistake, they usually don't get a shot at redemption, but with a singer, that's a different story."
Streisand to perform at Grammys
Another legend is going to be appearing at this Sunday's Grammy awards — this time, it's Barbra Streisand .
Streisand is a nominee for best traditional pop vocal album for "Love Is The Answer," and she'll be performing on the live telecast. She'll be introduced by another music legend, her co-star in "A Star Is Born," Kris Kristofferson .
Streisand is also being honored on Friday by MusiCares, the Grammys' charitable foundation.
Last week, it was announced that Mick Jagger would be performing. It marks the first time Jagger has appeared on the Grammy stage. Other performers include Eminem, Cee Lo Green, Gwyneth Paltrow, Arcade Fire and Justin Bieber .
'House' star to appear on Broadway
The Broadway production of "Born Yesterday" is getting a house call — from Robert Sean Leonard .
The 41-year-old "House" star has signed on to appear opposite Jim Belushi and Nina Arianda in the comedy by playwright Garson Kanin this spring. The play tells the story of a corrupt businessman, his ditzy showgirl mistress and a journalist hired to educate her.
Leonard, who plays Dr. James Wilson on the Fox medical drama, won a 2001 Tony for "The Invention of Love." He was nominated for another Tony two years later in "Long Day's Journey Into Night."
The revival of "Born Yesterday" starts previews on March 31 and opens April 24 at the Cort Theatre on 48th Street. The original was a smash hit in 1946.
Another year older
Today's birthdays: Television journalist Roger Mudd , 83... singer-songwriter Carole King , 69... actor Joe Pesci , 68... author Alice Walker , 67 ... actress Mia Farrow , 66... singer Joe Ely , 64... actress Judith Light , 62... country singer Travis Tritt , 48... actress Ziyi Zhang , 32... actor David Gallagher , 26 ... actress Marina Malota , 23.