I can't even begin to tell you just how absolutely ridiculous this is. One of the most legendary New Jersey singers of all time has been blatantly disrespected by being included on the list of the most annoying songs.

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I didn't think something like this would get me upset. And I'm not angry because of personal preference either.

I like this artist's music, but I don't always love it. And I don't have one of her songs on any of my playlists, not even on my break-up songs playlist which is quite extensive.

But to put an artist with this much talent, and a song that was a monster hit, and perfectly sung, in my opinion, on a list alongside "Achy-Breaky Heart" And "Baby Shark" is just plain wrong.

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We're talking about Whitney Houston's amazing version of "I Will Always Love You" sitting there on Stars Insider list of The Most Annoying Songs Of All Time. That has to be a joke right?

To me, putting Whitney on this list, with that song, of all songs, is a clear attempt to get a reaction. And in my case, it's working.

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If you don't believe my theory, consider the fact that the presentation indicates that the single most annoying song of all time is "We Are The World", the song that all the superstar singers of the '70s and 80's got together to sing in order to raise money to help feed starving kids in Africa.

Seems like a really solid choice for this list too, right?

Look, I'm not the president of the Whitney Houston Fan Club, nor am I the Ambassador of goodwill For New Jersey singers, but let's be reasonable.

In my opinion, this Whitney song is simply a bad choice for the list. It's disrespectful to the song, to Dolly Parton, to Whitney, to Whitney's memory, Whitney's fans, to the movie The Bodyguard, and to New Jersey.

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Alright, I've vented, I've taken a deep breath, and I'm going to hypothesize this was all tongue in cheek. After all, no one really thinks "Don't Worry, Be Happy" and "Mmmbop" are annoying, do they?

Maybe they did get some of this right.

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