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Don’t You Want Me? - A Sisterhood Story

The pub manager was no idiot. He’d already tripled the cover charge and there was still a queue around the block, hoping against hope that someone inside would leave. The line had started not long after Tom Hiddleston had done a karaoke rendition of David Bowie’s “Space Oddity” – giggling after every time he said Major Tom, even throwing up a salute the first time. Word spread on social media about what was happening, especially when it was followed up by Richard Armitage belting out “Love in an Elevator” and Michael Fassbender taking the microphone to scream out Iron Maiden’s “Number of the Beast.”

The sisterhood had insisted on a night out on the town that didn’t revolve around a film, and the men had decided to make the night legendary. The women weren’t content to be spectators. It was obvious to everyone in the bar that Anna, Victoria, and Layla had done “Hold On” before, though no one understood why Halla doing Shania Twain’s “Man! I Feel like a Woman,” made Michael teary. The group dominated the night, not because they were so good, but because no one else wanted to take the stage, more interested in seeing what the group of celebs and their wives would do next. Nobody wanted to keep Henry from doing “Something Just like This” with an ironic smirk and three buttons undone.

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