14 June 2004
Who could do a convincing version of Queen's "We Are the Champions"?
DragonAttack makes a persuasive case for Ann Wilson or Bruce Dickinson.
But mostly, it should be someone other than William Hung:
[I]f William Hung is going to remain famous, he should stick to songs from the Desmond Child school. Then he will just be slaughtering formulaic claptrap, and that will keep the gag gift crowd happy without destroying any classics in the process.
Desmond Child, be it noted, cowrote "She Bangs," which was Hung's first, um, hit.
I expect a Mrs. Miller revival any day now.