If you happened to be watching BBC One's Festival of Remembrance on Saturday night, you may have caught one particular performance that has caused quite a stir.
Leona Lewis took to the Royal Albert Hall stage for the event, which celebrated the 75th anniversary of D-Day and the Battle of Monte Cassino from WW2.
She sang the Simon & Garfunkel classic 'Bridge Over Troubled Water' - an old reliable in such circumstances, you may think - but not everyone was impressed.
Some viewers complained that the former X Factor winner was out of tune, while others lambasted her for her OTT performance of what is generally an understated song.
Her rendition of the tune - which she first performed on The X Factor over a decade ago - proved seriously divisive as loyal fans insisted that she had done a good job.
See the performance and the reaction below:
— Liz Smith (@UmmLaura) November 9, 2019
— Mostly Stupid (@mostlystupid) November 9, 2019
— John Stanton (@DrJohnSStanton) November 9, 2019
Fucking hell, have those veterans not suffered enough without being made to listen to Leona Lewis murder a classic? #FestivalofRemembrance
— Lesley (@weswee37) November 9, 2019
Ah here, nobody needs Leona Lewis. Butchering one of the most evocative songs of all time too.
— Catherine Kavanagh (@KavanaghCk) November 9, 2019
#FestivalofRemembrance as if those poor souls didn’t sacrifice enough they have to put up with Leona Lewis murdering Bridge Over Troubled Water! 🤫🤫🤫🤫
— ⚒♈️☣️0läffThęStàyAtHömêBłüñt☣️♈️ (@olaf1962) November 9, 2019
Leona Lewis - any chance of singing at least a few notes in tune.
— Baribandgeek (@Baribandgeek) November 9, 2019
Leona Lewis crucifying Bridge Over Troubled Water #FestivalofRemembrance
— Barry Cooke (@tbcooke) November 9, 2019
Bloody Hell fire. Leona Lewis is absolutely butchering every last fuck out of this #FestivalofRemembrance
— Matthew Theobald (@DirtyLyle) November 9, 2019