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Have we mentioned lately how much we love Kacey Musgraves?

Let us count the ways, starting with these absolutely hilarious videos the Grammy-winning singer/songwriter posted on her Instagram of her favorite new toy — a karaoke microphone!

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Just because you’ve got a shelf full of music trophies doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy a fun karaoke session every now and then.

And now, Kacey can jam out whenever, wherever she wants, and even sing that very Shakira song if she wants to thanks to her brand new Bonaok Bluetooth wireless microphone, a “late night, buzzed Amazon purchase” she says she doesn’t regret one bit.

Thankfully, she’s been sharing the good times with all of her followers. From TLC’s “Scrubs” to the Dixie Chicks’ “Goodbye Earl” to the Beach Boys’ “Kokomo,” “Kacey-oke” is in full effect, and we are here for it!

She even found her own tracks, “Follow Your Arrow” and “Late To The Party,” on her new karaoke app.

This is too good, y’all.

But things quickly took a turn when Kacey began getting sick and was basically unable to function … except for karaoke, of course.


Kacey, we’re so sorry that you’re sick, sister. But we’re happy that the karaoke microphone is providing some sort of comfort and entertainment.

Now stay off of WebMD and let hubby Ruston take care of you!

And maybe pick up another karaoke subscription while you’re at it. Don’t stay away too long, the internet needs you!

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To see the full “Kacey-oke” story, check out the highlights located on Kacey’s Instagram, @spaceykacey. Trust us—don’t miss this magic. We want an invite to the next karaoke party!

This country beauty has found the cure for all the blues—in karaoke! Photo by Al Wagner/Invision/AP
Samantha Stephens absolutely lives for music. When she's not making it, she's talking or writing about it. She's worked in all arenas of the country music world for nearly a decade, from syndicated radio and television to print journalism. She's even been known to crash a red carpet or two, true story.
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