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VIDEO: Man annoys sister with 7-hour road trip lip-syncing performance

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In this entertaining video, a man films himself lip-syncing to various artists on a 7-hour road trip. Meanwhile, his sister isn't too happy about his dramatic performances. His playlist includes songs by Backstreet Boys, Nelly, Blink-182 and T-Swift.

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