Tonight the top three got to choose their own song that shows off their style in hopes of winning over America and taking home the top prize on next week’s finale.
While one contestant says her goodbyes, the other four perform the songs of Nat King Cole, Ray Charles and Nina Simone.
There have been quite a few changes since ‘Duets’ first premiered in May. Kelly Clarkson has gone blonde, Jennifer Nettles has a bun in the oven and the show is now live, which means America finally has a say in who stays and who goes.
Lights! Camera! Action! The superstars and their partners pulled out all the stops for last night’s movie themed episode where the duos attempted to recreate the hit songs from such films as Top Gun, The […]
It was do or die on the third week of Duets as the show prepared to say its first goodbye. Singing the songs that inspired them, the partners performed hits from artists like Michael Bolton, […]
“Never underestimate the insecurity and the ego of an artist,” Sugarland’s Jennifer Nettles told her partner John Glosson as they geared up to perform Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell’s “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough” on […]
Only two weeks before Duets was about to tape its very first episode, the surprising news came over that Lionel Richie had to drop out due to scheduling conflicts. The show was left scrambling for another superstar to […]
Street Date: Mariah Carey & John Legend Team Up To Spread Holiday Cheer With New Single “When Christmas Comes”
It’s starting to feel more like christmas every day and Pop diva [lastfm link_type="artist_info"]Mariah Carey[/lastfm] never disappoints around this time of year. In the spirit of the 2011 holiday season, Mimi duets with GRAMMY award winning […]
Although she stays incredibly humble with her fame, British soul chanteuse [lastfm link_type="artist_info"]Adele[/lastfm] has the uncanny ability to pen emotionally charged sonic narratives that perfectly describe the human condition. Her biggest example is her hit […]
Adele’s single “Rolling in the Deep” is a huge hit and now it’s getting the cover treatment by none other than [lastfm link_type="artist_info"]John Legend[/lastfm].