Shower karaoke and a survey celebrate singing
Delta Faucet recently visited Good Morning America to host the ultimate shower karaoke party in Times Square. Three contestants decked out in fun shower gear did their best impressions of Respect, made famous by Aretha Franklin, while showering in the Delta Faucet Shower Station. The audience crowned the winner, Pam, with the loud cheers. She received a Delta H2Okinetic shower head, plus $500 in additional Delta product. The other participants and the studio audience also took home a Delta H2Okinetic shower head.
Additionally, Delta conducted a “Singing in the Shower” survey that identified the following trends for people who want to turn their showers into a private concert:
58% of Americans (79% of millennials) admit to singing in the shower
Topping the shower charts: Pop (27%), Rock (24%), R&B (21%), Country (20%) and Show Tunes (7%)
51% of Americans and 76% of millennials admit to eavesdropping on their significant others’ sudsy singing
High hopes: 24% of shower singers liken themselves to British songstress Adele when singing in the shower, followed by Taylor Swift (17%) and Michael Jackson (16%)
Shower singers’ favorite decades rank as follows: songs by boybands and pop divas from the 2000s (31%), hitmakers from the 1990s (20%), faves from the ’80s (17%), jams from the ’70s (17%) and oldies from the ’60s (15%)
The H2Okinetic shower heads in Times Square were WaterSense-labeled and flowed at 2.0 gallons per minute or less to create the feeling of more water, while using up to 40 percent less water than a standard shower head. Delta Faucet is a proud partner of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s WaterSense Program and supports the program’s goal of protecting the nation’s water supply. Water from the event was donated to the Gowanus Canal Conservancy’s 2,000 Gallon Project.
Check out our segment on ABC's Good Morning America and see our Times Square takeover!