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The Ultimate Karaoke Party Foul [Video]

This is hilarious!  When Jaclyn, Barby Birgy and I went to Memphis a couple of weeks ago for our annual St. Jude conference, we went to a karaoke bar on Beale Street.  And, there, Barb committed the ultimate karaoke party foul.  She rushed the stage during a gal’s rousing rendition of Whitney Houston’s “I Will Always Love You” and tried to turn a solo into a duet.  And the gal just wasn’t having it.  In addition to trying to take Barb out with a well-timed soccer mom arm, she finally decided to hoard the microphone and move to the complete outer-edge of the stage.  This is a riot!  And Barb just keeps on singing . . .

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