While I'm sure a great many people across the world (myself included) admire and respect Katherine Jenkins for her..er..um...you know, talents, it was nice to see across the Six Nations over the past two weekends that it was the crowd who were given center stage to sing anthems. The best so far was the Scotland home crowd's cappella of Flower of Scotland (thankfully replacing Dollar Academy's "finest" if you can call them that) followed by the French Army choir providing mere backing vocals to a rowdy French crowd at the Stade de France in the weekend just gone. Wales come a dead close and respectable third with their audible heroics (again last weekend) and an honourable mention goes to Italy for managing to sing themselves out of time with the band, then back in and then, amazingly, back out again, thus proving that while the Latin nations across the world do mean well, they can't organise anything without causing absolute chaos. This is a nice precident. Unions try to tart things up by getting singers to come in and try and spice up their nation's boring, dull and perhaps unwanted anthems (England and Australia prime examples) or try to lend an aura of normality to what are frankly incredibly weird and disturbing concoctions known as anthems (i.e. South Africas) when actually, what you need is the massed bands playing and a large crowd of between 40,000 and 90,000 setting the tone themselves. So, what do you guys think? Singer or the crowd?