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Agencies Battle at Ad Age's Karaoke for a Cause During Advertising Week

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Twelve teams squared off on stage Wednesday night at Ad Age's second annual Karaoke for a Cause, competing for a $10,000 prize for the charity of the winner's choice, sponsored by The Trade Desk. McCann came away with the win, donating the prize money to NYC Food Bank.

Razorfish performs the Backstreet Boys' 'I Want It That Way.'
Razorfish performs the Backstreet Boys' 'I Want It That Way.' Credit: Patrick Butler for Advertising Age
The Trade Desk performing 'Alexander Hamilton' from 'Hamilton.'
The Trade Desk performing 'Alexander Hamilton' from 'Hamilton.' Credit: Patrick Butler
The crowd cheers the teams on.
The crowd cheers the teams on. Credit: Patrick Butler
72andSunny during their mashup of Kanye West's 'Famous' and Taylor Swift's 'Bad Blood.'
72andSunny during their mashup of Kanye West's 'Famous' and Taylor Swift's 'Bad Blood.' Credit: Patrick Butler
Horizon Media performs 'ABC' by the Jackson 5.
Horizon Media performs 'ABC' by the Jackson 5. Credit: Patrick Butler
McCann collects the prize for its victory after singing a medley including Rihanna, Fifth Element, Missy Elliott, Black Street and Britney Spears.
McCann collects the prize for its victory after singing a medley including Rihanna, Fifth Element, Missy Elliott, Black Street and Britney Spears. Credit: Patrick Butler

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