Well, here we are: it’s finally Saturday night. And I don’t know about you, but I’m long overdue for a night of karaoke shenanigans. I’ve been making a note of all the songs I plan to butcher the next time someone puts a mic in my hand, and “Alone” by Heart is probably top on the list.
A cafeteria worker in Pennsylvania surprised a room full of normally unimpressed teens this week with her stirring rendition of “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas.”
It's Christmas Eve and all, so do you want to see Dwayne Johnson belt Christmas carols in a surprisingly flattering onesie? Of course you do.
On tonight's episode of Parks & Recreation — the last to air until January because NBC wants more people to watch Sean Saves The World/ oh my god NBC what are you doing? — Leslie Knope and Councilman Jamm pair up for a gender-bending rendition of the karaoke favorite "Summer Nights." Here's the entire performance.
This is probably the best how-to tutorial on the internet. Let's all consume many drinks and then get a private Karaoke room to tear it up!
A Los Angeles karaoke club is looking for a few good hostesses, but they must be both "EXTRA THIN" and "fragile." Read on for the full — and fully upsetting — Craigslist posting.
A great moment in late night television occurred last night when Jimmy Fallon invited his real-life pal Joseph Gordon-Levitt to partake in a little karaoke. But it's not just any old karaoke. Instead, we're treated to a special edition of "Since U Been Gone" and "Edge Of Glory," sung in the style of Axl Rose (JGL)…
I'm not talking butchering "Total Eclipse of the Heart" — that's what you're signing on for. No, these breaches of etiquette are far more heinous, and can ruin the experience for everyone around you. Take heed!
Mr. Wong is an older Chinese gentleman who lives in Kansas. Recently, Mr. Wong attended the Carrie Underwood-themed "Carrie-Off" karaoke contest, where he gave what can only be described as a need-to-see-it-to-believe-it rendition of Underwood's "Before He Cheats." Video inside.
Today the Telegraph explains why karaoke is so much fun, and it's not just because of the booze.