James Charles Sings Bruno Mars, Miley Cyrus, and Rihanna in a Game of Song Association

Makeup maven. CoverGirl. Instant influencer. Could James Charles be adding singer to his repertoire, soon? Today, Charles—an avid Song Association player who's known to dabble in a cover or two—tries his turn against the clock. Tune in as he sings bops from Bruno Mars and Disney Channel legends, shares who he'd love to collab with when it's time to release his own music, and asks the question we all want to know: Rihanna, where's the new album, sis?

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