Movie week didn’t have a happy ending for Kelly Clarkson and at least one of her duet partners on ‘Duets’ tonight. After performances of 'Take My Breath Away' from 'Top Gun' and 'Come What May' from 'Moulin Rouge,' Clarkson's partners were the bottom two on the show’s chart and had to sing for their lives in the showdown.
Last week, Olivia Chisholm found herself in the bottom two and had to sing for her life on the show. She made it to this week, but she knew she had to work to avoid ending up in that position again. That's why her choice of 'Stayin' Alive' by the BeeGees from the film 'Saturday Night Fever' was, well, perfect.
On tonight's (June 13) episode of 'Duets,' crooner John Legend and his girls Bridget Carrington and Meleana Brown were tasked with singing party songs. Legend and Carrington dropped back to the '70s and the disco era, doing the late Donna Summer's 'Last Dance,' while he and Brown offered up their version of Kelly Clarkson's super smash 'Since U Been Gone.' The latter wasn't good and as a result, Brown was eliminated.
On tonight's (June 13) episode of 'Duets,' the superstars and amateurs sang party songs. Kelly Clarkson and consistent bottom dweller Jason Farol roared through the Rolling Stones' '(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction,' while she and Jordan Meredith tore it up with Joan Jett's anthemic 'I Love Rock N' Roll.'
Robin Thicke was a (wo)man down on 'Duets.' With his team member Alexis Foster eliminated last week, it was up to Thicke and last woman standing, er, singing Olivia Chisholm to keep him active in the competition. On tonight's episode (June 13), the superstars and their amateur partners were asked to sing party songs, so Thicke and Chisholm partnered up for Al Green's 'Let's Stay Together.'
Kelly Clarkson's team is struggling on 'Duets.' Both of her teammates -- Jason Farol and Jordan Meredith -- often land in the bottom of the judge's voting. On tonight's episode (June 7), which will feature the very first elimination of the brand new series, Clarkson and Farol teamed up with Leonard Cohen's 'Hallelujah.'