This time around, the guys don't dilly-dally or chat about their personal lives--there's so much karaoke fun to be had that they jump right into it. Adam hits Ed right off the bat with a Broadway challenge, and then they dive into one of the biggest karaoke argument springboards--the rotation. If you have a strong opinion on how a karaoke rotation should or shouldn't be run, hit them up at email@example.com or on Twitter @sungpoorly. They also declare themselves the winners of the R. Kelly beef by default, as he's going to jail and can't fire back.
Then, all the way from Seattle, DJ Baby Van Beezly joins us to nerd out about all the great karaoke nights she hosts--everything from corporate events, to weddings, to burlesque karaoke. If you want to see if her Cher is as great as she claims (spoiler: it is), stick around for her performance of "If I Could Turn Back Time." This episode runs a little long since she was just so great to talk with. If you live in or visit the Seattle area, check her out in person at the Queer Bar or at The Cuff Complex, but you should check out her stuff on Instagram regardless where you live--she's babyvanbeezly there.
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Theme song: "Gasoline" by Ben Dumm and the Deviants.