Conan Gray’s turn at the pitcher’s mound didn’t go over very well.

On Monday, the pop star sang the U.S. national anthem at the Home Run Derby the day before the MLB’s All-Star Game, and he came in for plenty of criticism.

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Viewers took to Twitter to express their displeasure at the performance, with some comparing it to Fergie’s infamous rendition of the national anthem at the 2018 All-Star Game.

In the comments on his Instagram post, though, fans showed their support for Gray and his performance.

“YOU DID SO GOOD BABES,” wrote one fan.

“You did amazing singing Conan,” said another. “You sounded great. All of the old people are mad about how good you sound and why they can’t sound like you.”

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Gray himself didn’t comment on the backlash, but in a post on Instagram, he did make a joke about the famous baseball scene in “Twilight”.

The 23-year-old rose to prominence sharing videos, covers and his own original songs on YouTube. He has since become a star on TikTok with songs like “Heather”.