Nothing to see here, sure -- move along, because, like I said yesterday morning, you're better than this. Tony Romo, not so much as he revisits the scene of the February '07 crime against classic rock, this time with Yoko in tow for a very classy rendition of "Sweet Child O' Mine." The drunken talent-show bit was so much better the first time around -- right, Kelly Clarkson? --Robert Wilonsky
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