Miley Cyrus has taken a wrecking ball to her rivals after her No. 1 hit was named the most sung song of the year by a karaoke website.
The US singer saw off competition from stars including Katy Perry and Carly Rae Jepsen to top the poll.
Wrecking Ball was the most popular choice of the more than 8000 songs sung about 3.5 million times on Lucky Voice Online Karaoke with 6.2 per cent of the votes.
Perry was second choice with Roar getting 5.4 per cent, while Psy's 2012 hit Gangnam Style proved its staying power coming third with a 4.2 per cent share of the vote from thousands of amateur singers.
Adele was the fifth most popular with Someone Like You (3.6 per cent) - a step down from last year when she had three songs in the top 10.
There was still room for a couple of karaoke classics with Queen's Bohemian Rhapsody and Livin' On A Prayer by Bon Jovi in the top 10.
Lucky Voice managing director Nick Thistleton said: "We are witnessing a total trend shift in what people are choosing to sing. Adele, who has previously maintained a firm foothold in the Lucky Voice chart, has slipped in popularity and songs which weren't released until the late summer have quickly become firm favourites.
"Meanwhile, all the other songs in the charts are by contemporary artists such as One Direction, leaving Livin' on a Prayer by Bon Jovi to be the only song to represent the old guard of karaoke".
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