From left, top row: Danielle Swanson, Chaniel McRae, Kiana Strickland. From left, bottom row: Martisa Chambers, Michelle Rosedom, Deja Hines.
Talk about a hit song.
Six Connecticut women are facing assault charges for attacking a Westchester County woman for her amateurish karaoke performance at a bar, police said Friday.
"I was singing the song in Spanish, and some girl said I was very annoying," Alcantara told the Daily News.
"I didn't know she was talking to me, and I said, 'Excuse me, are you talking to me?'"
"'Yeah, you're very annoying,'" Alcantara quoted Strickland as saying.
"Then she said something else and punched me in my face," Alcantara said.
Stamford Police Lt. Sean Cooney said, "The verbal exchange didn't go well."
Strickland slapped Alcantara, and then her five friends joined in, kicking, punching and pulling Alcantara's hair, police said.
"I was covering my face on the floor, crying, feeling all the punching and kicking," Alcantara said. "I felt the pain all over my body."
Alcantara's husband and a bartender and customers at Bobby Valentine's Sports Gallery Cafe pulled off the women and called police, she said.
Alcantara was treated for bruises and a chipped tooth and was released from Stamford Hospital, police said.
"That was my first time doing karaoke. I'm a shy person," Alcantara said.
"I don't know if I was good or bad. I was a little confused. I didn't really know the song. But nobody was complaining. Everybody was happy. She was the only one. She was crazy," Alcantara said of Strickland.
"What she's saying is a lie. No one attacked her. No one jumped her," suspect Michelle Rosedom said.
"This wasn't about her singing, it was about her putting her hands on one of the girls, and a fight started. All we were doing was eating wings," Rosedom said. "We weren't even drinking, she was. And now we're facing three charges. I didn't even touch her."
The six suspects were released on $500 bond and are due in court Oct. 5.
Alcantara's lawyer Darnell Crosland said he plans to sue the six women and the sports bar.
"Bar fights in general tend to be about really stupid stuff, and this appears to be the most stupid," Cooney said.