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That being a small room with hard walls, its acoustics should be bad enough to resign all worries about voice and quality. Add to it that during the bath time one is alone usually and feels secure usually , and it makes more or less a light-hearted version of What You Are in the Dark. Though usually someone overhears the singing character anyway. As a narrative device, this usually is an opportunity to show that the character is in good mood and to demonstrate amusing quirks.
Belting "Bulletproof" in the community bathroom? We've all been there
Regardless of the quality of their vocal stylings, few people can resist the urge to belt out a song behind the glass doors of their shower. In addition to being private, there's also not much else to do in there. But the same could be true for bedrooms, dressing room stalls, or anywhere a person finds themselves alone.
First, a few questions: Do you shower in the morning, or at night? Are you a bar soap kind-of-person or a body wash kind-of-person? Loofa or wash cloth? Legs shaved or unshaved? Just sing what you feel , man.