Season 1 Episode 21

The Best Of The Worst

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The Best Of The Worst
You laughed your ass off all season long as Vh1's Motormouth put America's most outrageous drivers on display, unknowingly singing, dancing, and doing who-knows-what-else in their cars, while Vh1 cameras rolled. These steering-wheel Sinatras didn't know they were being watched, and boy, were they shocked when they found out. Now Motormouth is back on the road to pit the best of the worst against each other in a sonic skirmish to determine the ultimate Motormouth of season one. Season One traversed the United States, hitting forty cities and pitting them against one another in a battle to find each episode's most entertaining singer. (And please note, "entertaining" does not equal "good.") It became clear that America's singing motorists fit into certain categories. There were delusional divas, like Thelma from Jersey City, who showed America that anyone could act like a good singer if you put some "stank" on it and made the "ugly face." There were unlikely rappers like Graem, a Texan with a blonde head of curls atop a lanky 6-foot-7 frame. There were people who exhibited bizarre behavior (who knew men enjoyed exposing their nipples so much?), those who couldn't control their emotions, and others who were simply, in a word, memorable. And one thing's for sure; we learned that you can't judge a book by its cover, as football coaches sang Madonna and 50-something women shimmied to Gloria Estefan. Motormouth: The Best of the Worst will highlight the best (actually, the worst) in all these categories. It's outrageous, unpredictable, and hilariously embarrassing. So fasten your seatbelts and put in those earplugs ... for the loudest, fastest, most out-of-control Motormouth episode ever!moreless

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