The Divinyls singer, 53, will always be remembered and honored through karaoke. And Austin Powers.
Drunken office workers just cannot resist imitating Adele's brassy croon.
"Islands in the Stream," "Don't Go Breaking My Heart"...seriously, guys?
Yet another reason to quit your job and stay home watching morning TV.
Because reading 50 Shades of Grey on the subway isn't controversial enough.
You sing "Someone Like You" at karaoke. What does that say about you? Despite it saying you picked a popular choice.
Karaoke renditions of "What's My Name" skyrocket by 5000% nationwide, just in case.
Her and Venus unwind with some karaoke and awkward dancing in Milan.
"Step By Step" and "Hanging Tough" are no longer just a part of your personal repertoire.
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