16 Easiest Karaoke Duets to Sing for Beginners

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16 easiest karaoke duets to sing for beginners are just perfect for all those (lousy) singers who need a bit of support on stage. It doesn’t matter if your sing-along friend is male or female. These easy karaoke songs for beginners are good enough for any duet!

If you’re not that talented a singer but you looove singing, the best way to achieve your singing ambitions is to be in a duet. It’s much easier to share both fun and embarrassment if you’re in it together. After all, it’s not irrelevant if you’re climbing the stage alone or not. When you’re on your own, it’s easier for the audience to notice all the wrong notes and odd sounds. On the other hand, if your best mate is by your side, it will either add to the quality of your singing or… Well, even if you fail to deliver a stunning, melodious performance, you can still share a laugh and make an impression as two best friends who love making fools of themselves and enjoy life. Luckily, with our easy karaoke songs for bad singers, the second scenario is not an option! You’ll be having fun, but you’ll sound good, too.

Easiest Karaoke Duets to Sing for Beginners


Now, if you don’t wish to scare everyone away with your vocal (dis)abilities, you’ll just have to bear with the fact that the best karaoke songs if you can’t sing aren’t the best karaoke songs of 2017. You’ll just have to stick with the well-known rhythms to make it through. In order to bring you the easiest vocal challenges, we visited Take Lessons, Musicaroo, and Karaoke Guide. So Feminine was there for best female karaoke songs for singers that are out of tune. Believe it or not, but we also checked Oh My Disney because of one suggestion from Take Lessons. The latest Frozen song isn’t here, of course (it’s not a duet), and neither is the song that was sung by Anna and her admirer. We tried to keep it simple here. Only the first two songs from Disney’s list were included. The second one because the duet had already been listed as an easy song, and in this list, it was ranked second (based on how easy it was to sing). Of course, the first and easiest Disney song had to be included (we firmly believe you’ll enjoy it).

And now for something that has nothing to do with kids’ songs. One of the songs we decide on was taken from VH1, but only after we checked it’s on the list of the best karaoke songs to sing when you’re drunk. Being intoxicated interferes with talking, let alone singing. Therefore, this female duet should be easy enough. Who are we kidding. You’ll probably have a couple of shots to gather your Dutch courage, won’t you?

There were no easy songs to sing in 2017, but don’t worry. The songs we have in mind are of rock, pop and country genre, so there’s a little bit of something for everyone. You’ll see that they are a real crowd pleaser. Anyway, people love it when they can join in and sing along with the two of you (fingers crossed!). Therefore, you’re very much in luck if you’ll be singing one of these songs. Or more. Once you break the ice, anything can happen!

Guys, if by any chance your bro or your date stands you up and you need to find best karaoke songs for men, just try one of 15 easiest karaoke songs for guys. They’ll be sorry for not having the guts to have some fun. As for those of you who are really into the karaoke matter, check out our article on the most requested karaoke songs of all time. Just avoid those, and be a breath of fresh air at the karaoke night.

Finally, get ready to sing along with lyrics videos of 16 easiest karaoke duets to sing for beginners listed in random order (it was hard to decide whether to list male, female, or male and female duets first). Enjoy!

16. Summer Nights

By: Olivia Newton-John and John Travolta

Tell me more, tell me more… The ending might be tricky, but as for the rest, you should be all right. At first, you might feel scared about singing this timeless classic, but don’t you worry. It’s easier than you imagine. Lots of choruses (sung by the karaoke machine), and lots of times when you sing simultaneously.

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