Karaoke is a type of entertainment where people sing popular songs to prerecorded music.

Like the haiku, karaoke was invented in Japan. This form of entertainment is very popular in the United States, where people sing karaoke every day. It's a chance to sing a song you love without having a band: you can just get up and belt it out. Usually, the lyrics are displayed too, so you don't even have to remember the words. A lot of people would probably rather die than sing karaoke, but lots of people can't get enough.

Definitions of karaoke
  1. noun
    singing popular songs accompanied by a recording of an orchestra (usually in bars or nightclubs)
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    type of:
    singing, vocalizing
    the act of singing vocal music
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