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What's Your Karaoke Style?

Can we figure this out without hearing you sing? We'll give it a shot.

Tags: personalitykaraoke 

  • When your mouth is singing karaoke, what's the rest of your body doing?

    • Making lots of big, sweeping gestures.
    • Hiding behind someone else.
    • Dancing around, making crazy faces.
    • I'm probably making a fist. I think it gives my voice more power.
    • Facing my karaoke partner, and maybe holding his/her hand.
    • I don't move around much, but I like to think I have expressive eyes.
    • I'm not sure. Next time, I'll sing in front of a mirror and check.
  • Your idea of a successful karaoke night involves:

    • Me, home alone.
    • Having fun, but avoiding the stage completely.
    • Singing in harmony with someone I love.
    • Other people wishing they were as talented as I am.
    • Cracking people up with a creative song interpretation.
    • A loud audience that quiets down to listen to me sing.
    • Hearing the audience go wild after my performance.
  • What's your favorite word to hold out as an ultra-long note?

    • I...
    • Youuuuuu...
    • Meeee...
    • Ohhhhhh...
    • Yeeeeah...
    • Baaaaby...
    • None of these. I like my notes short and snappy.
  • What's the worst possible thing that could happen at karaoke?

    • Someone puts my name in, without my permission, and pressures me to get on stage.
    • Someone laughs at my performance.
    • Someone takes my performance seriously.
    • Everyone just keeps talking. Nobody even notices me.
    • My karaoke partner is nowhere to be found, and it's our turn to sing.
    • There's a competition (with great prizes), and I come in dead last.
    • Someone hears me sing.
  • Complete the following sentence using your infinite karaoke wisdom. If someone is a terrible singer, he/she should:

    • Stay home.
    • Stay as far from the mic as possible.
    • Take a chance and get up there anyway.
    • Act like he/she is awesome. People might not notice.
    • Sing a song in a non-traditional style, so people won't compare it to the original.
    • Sing with someone else who's equally bad.
    • Get out of my way.
  • The thought of posting a karaoke video of yourself online for a contest makes you say...

    • "Wait -- other people would see it, and hear me sing? That's not gonna happen."
    • "Mmph." (That's the sound of me hiding under the covers and squeaking in fear through a pillow.)
    • "Maybe... but I'll have to be in the right mood."
    • "I am NOT going to do this alone."
    • "I hope they give points for creativity!"
    • "Can I get a detailed run-down on how I'm being judged?"
    • "Where do I sign up?"
  • Which of these locations makes you want to burst into song?

    • The shower, but only if I'm positive nobody can hear me.
    • A stage with a live band and a loud crowd.
    • A comfy couch against the back wall of the karaoke place.
    • A table strong enough to support my weight.
    • The right half of the spotlight.
    • A new karaoke club with a great sound system.
    • A karaoke club that's kind of old and dingy, and feels like it has a history.
  • If someone took a photo of you mid-karaoke, you'd probably look...

    • Like my heart is breaking.
    • Like I'm singing my heart out.
    • Like I'm having a great time with my friends.
    • Absolutely insane.
    • Absolutely horrified.
    • Kinda sweet and corny.
    • Serious, like I'm really concentrating on the music.
  • OK, what's with the cheap equipment? Your song is playing, but the lyrics aren't popping up. You:

    • Start over with a new song.
    • Stick with "la la la" sounds until the lyrics start up again.
    • Wouldn't care. I only choose songs I know really well.
    • Let my karaoke partner guide me. I'm lost on my own.
    • Try to fake it. If I can't remember the real lyrics, I'll make up my own on the spot.
    • Let someone else sing the verses. I'll join in on the chorus.
    • Don't even notice. I'm too busy performing to look at the screen.
  • Some karaoke places add lots of reverb (that echo effect) to the sound of your voice. Is that a good thing or a bad thing?

    • I'm neutral. I haven't experienced this "reverb" thing.
    • No effects necessary. I sound amazing on my own.
    • I'm okay with it, unless it makes it hard to understand what I'm singing.
    • If it changes my voice for the better, I like it.
    • Does it work on harmonies, too? If so, crank it up.
    • I like the way it adds extra emotion to my vocals.
    • Bring on the reverb! It makes me feel like a rock star.
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