J. Rome was named the winner of the debut season of 'Duets.' It was John Glosson who placed second. Poor Jennifer Nettles! Both of amateurs were in the Top 2, to which she said, "I am dying ... They have worked so hard and it is the best and the worst." Either way, she "won" since both of her boys made it to the top.
On tonight's (July 19) season finale of Season 1 of 'Duets,' country superstar Jennifer Nettles took the stage with her other amateur singing partner J. Rome for the last time. It's been quite the journey, one that isn't likely to end just because their season is. The terrific twosome engaged in an upbeat, buttery, backyard BBQ version of El DeBarge's 'Rhythm of the Night,' a song which is smack dab in J. Rome's wheelhouse.
On tonight's (July 12) episode of 'Duets,' each remaining contestant sang with their mentor and performed solo. Both songs were of their own choosing. Superstar Jennifer Nettles and her amateur duet partner J. Rome chose to sing the Script's 'Breakeven.' For his solo jam, Rome selected Stevie Wonder's 'Signed, Sealed, Delivered.'
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?
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.
There wasn’t a dry eye in the house on 'Duets' after J. Rome and Jennifer Nettles’ powerful performance of Michael Bolton’s ‘How Am I Supposed to Live Without You,’ which J. Rome dedicated to his grandfather. After hearing how J. Rome’s grandfather was always his biggest supporter, right up until his passing, it was impossible not to feel the meaning behind the emotional performance.
Jennifer Nettles and J Rome once again took the stage on tonight's episode (May 31) of 'Duets' to perform 'You're the One That I Want,' only one of the most recognizable duets known to music fans. The Olivia Newton-John and John Travolta duet from 'Grease' was a "big risk, big reward" moment, since it's a song from a musical that could cheese out ... and quick.