On tonight's episode of 'Duets,' superstar John Legend and his amateur singing partner Bridget Carrington, who staved on elimination after landing in the bottom two, thanks to the voting public, offered up their torchy rendition of Nat King Cole's 'Unforgettable.' It was the "standards" episode, and Legend and Carrington chose wisely.
On tonight's (July 5) episode of 'Duets,' the superstars and amateurs were asked to sing standards -- classic songs that have stood the test of time. Sugarland singer (and expectant mother) Jennifer Nettles and her ace partner J. Rome offered up their rendition of Billie Holiday's 'God Bless the Child,' which was penned in 1939. How'd they do?
On tonight's (July 5) episode of 'Duets,' the superstars and their amateur singing partners were asked to perform standards, those songs we all know, love and want to hear re-imagined by contemporary and modern vocalists. Jennifer Nettles is the only superstar with two singers remaining, and her charges, J. Rome and John Glosson, are the favorites to win. Nettles decided to pay homage to Georgia, which is her home state as well as Glosson's, with a rendition of Ray Charles' classic 'Georgia on My Mind.' She was going for it with that choice!
On tonight's (July 5) live episode of 'Duets,' the elimination took place at the top of the episode, as opposed to the end, since fans voted last week on who to keep and who to send home. Bridget Carrington and Olivia Chisholm camped out in the bottom two and faced being bounced, with Chisholm ultimately being sent home. It's weird for a reality show to reveal the results first, but this show works differently.
Jennifer Nettles performed with her frontrunning 'Duets' partners on tonight's episode (June 28) of the show, where the voting will open up to the viewing public. The superstars and their amateur partners were asked to sing songs from the new millennium and of the past decade. Once again, Team Nettles prevailed, with both of her singers delivering rock solid perfs.
On tonight's (June 28) episode of 'Duets,' the always fabulously coiffed Robin Thicke and his sole remaining singing partner Olivia Chisholm (and her miles of legs) teamed up for a sensual and sultry version of Lady Antebellum's mega smash 'Need You Now,' which Thicke deemed one of the best songs of the new millennium. The ep is focusing on songs of this particular period in music history, so there you have it.
Tonight's (June 28) live performance episode of 'Duets' featured the superstars and their amateur partners singing songs of the new millennium -- aka the past decade! Kelly Clarkson and her partner Jason Farol got down with Duffy's neo-soul jam 'Mercy,' which is also now a neo-classic, since it's covered on these reality singing shows quite a bit.