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Karaoke

Karaoke was a form of singing at parties in the 21st century.

Karaoke originated on the planet of the same name. Clara Oswald was incredulous at this, for which the Twelfth Doctor scolded her. (COMIC: Day of the Tune)

The Doctor's TARDIS had a karaoke bar. The Eleventh Doctor once claimed that, if it were to be disabled, the TARDIS could sustain a paradox, although he later admitted that he was lying. (TV: The Girl Who Waited)

The Eleventh Doctor took River Song and Jim the Fish out for karaoke in the 48th century. (GAME: The Eternity Clock) Nonetheless, the Twelfth Doctor listed karaoke among things he didn't like. (TV: Deep Breath)

Clara Oswald sang "Hungry Like the Wolf" karaoke on hen night. Professor Grisenko, who was from the Soviet Union in 1983, had no idea what "karaoke" was. (TV: Cold War)

Calapians and the Team TARDIS spent time with karaoke during their isolation of Calapia because of the passing of the Death Moon. (PROSE: The Shadow Passes)

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