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The best thing about our list of the nine greatest karaoke scenes in movies? That the scenes we've chosen are not only fun to watch, but they can also provide helpful hints to real-world karaoke singers (even those who happen to be movie stars).
From the sincere crooning in "Duets" and Chris Tucker's committed Michael Jackson cover in "Rush Hour 2" to Hilary Swank's sexy Prince jam in "P.S. I Love You" and the deliciously over-the-top performance of our number one pick, these are some movie karaoke moments that might just inspire you to rock the mic yourself. Get More »
Pixar fans everywhere are revving their engines at the release of "Cars 2." And returning to the role of Mater, the dilapidated tow truck, is everyone's favorite redneck comic (no, not Jeff Foxworthy). We are talking, of course, about sleeveless sensation Larry the Cable Guy.
Poor cable guys of the world. Between Larry and Jim Carrey's character in the 1996 dark comedy "The Cable Guy," it seems as though they're all portrayed as either blue-collar slobs or homicidal maniacs (we have it on good authority that several are not). But since Larry the Cable Guy and Jim Carrey's Cable Guy are the two most prominent icons of that noble profession, they will now battle it out for the title of bestest cable guy of them all.
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