If you're fed up with stalled traffic and boring taxi rides, consider taking a spin in a car that offers in-cab karaoke! Washington, D.C.'s karaoke cab, started by Joel Laguido, an immigrant from the Philippines, loads in passengers for a melodic ride that offers everything from oldies to current pop tunes.
TODAY's own Savannah went back to her old stomping grounds for a spin and made some friends along the way. One woman showed off her pipes with a rousing rendition of Ricky Martin's "Livin' La Vida Loca." Savannah exclaimed, "A star is born! You were just waiting for that microphone."
Driver Joel, who clearly enjoys his ingenious supplement to a typical taxi ride, laughed, smiled and handed out compliments left and right. He told Savannah, "You have a good voice!" She replied skeptically, "Do you say that to everybody?" "Yes!" he admitted.
As if this video were not already entertaining enough, Savannah's former co-worker, D.C. resident and NBC's Chief White House Correspondent, Chuck Todd, hopped in for some late-night duets. Admittedly off-key, Chuck later could only say, "Wow," to his performance. Matt promised him, "We'll never play that tape again."