Social Media Editor of The Augusta Chronicle, previously features reporter for two years. I'm the fearless leader of our awesome Xtreme Teen Board and also edit Richmond County Neighbors and North Augusta Today. I'm a fan of fashion and technology, and I write about both. You can catch my budget-conscious fashion blog Shopgirl online or in Thursday's Applause, and I give tips for social media and tech in a Sunday column, Social Savvy. Before coming to Augusta, I started my professional career as a general assignment reporter at the TimesDaily in Florence, Ala. and am a proud graduate of Auburn University.
 
Posted May 18, 2010 03:41 pm

Icons sing classic karaoke song at Carnegie Hall

This video is a little shaky, but it's worth hanging in the amateur videography for the classic moments following: Lady Gaga, Bruce Springsteen, Elton John, Shirley Bussey, Debbie Herry and Sting sing "Don't Stop Believin" at Carnegie Hall. If you ever wondered if the classic Journey song is the best karaoke song of all time, or if it's mandatory to make that face while holding the long notes, you can bet your Lady Gaga fist pump that it is. Here's the backstory: the celebrities were assembled for a Rainforest Fund benefit. I discovered the video via The Awl blog. What's your take on the video? Would you win a karaoke challenge against this crew?