Death is not a lugubrious occasion here, but more often a celebration of a life.
She is likely to shoehorn her pain into lugubrious scenarios that are perfect for country-music videos.
c.1600, from Latin lugubris "mournful, pertaining to mourning," from lugere "to mourn," from PIE root *leug- "to break; to cause pain" (cf. Greek lygros "mournful, sad," Sanskrit rujati "breaks, torments," Lettish lauzit "to break the heart"). Related: Lugubriously; lugubriousness.