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Allison Iraheta Sang the National Anthem at L.A. Marathon

March 22, 2010 (3:19 am) GMT
She was part of the opening ceremony before thousands of people including some celebrities such as Shia LaBeouf and Audrina Patridge set out to conquer the miles.

pays homage to her nation, singing the national anthem at the Los Angeles Marathon on Sunday, March 21. The "" season 8 finalist kicked off the annual event with her version of "Star-Spangled Banner". She tweeted hours later, "Had much fun!! Thanks again!! Wish I was runnin' but then again.....the pain the next day .. Is not fun.. Haha I'm good."

Iraheta was not the only entertainer spotted at the event. Alex Band, the former lead singer of The Calling treated the people who crowded the Pier parking lot with his live rendition of his old band's songs such as "Our Lives" and "Wherever You Will Go".

, , , and "" Andy Baldwin were participating in the 26.2 mile run. Baldwin was in the lead among the stars with 3 hours 24 minutes in the record. He was followed by Ramsay, LaBeouf, Astin and Patridge respectively. Meanwhile, on the roadside, and Dwayne "" Johnson were seen cheering at the runners.

Winning the 25th Los Angeles Marathon was Wesley Korir, who also won last year. He finished at 2 hours 9 minutes 19 seconds to become the first repeat champion since Stephen Ndungu in 2001 and 2002.


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