Is singer John Legend saying goodbye to his singing career? Since landing a gig on Fox's hit show 'Duets,' the nine-time Grammy winner has seemingly focused his talents on the broadcasting side of things. And now, The Hollywood Reporter confirmed that Legend has signed a deal with Universal Cable Productions to develop a number of projects.
On last Thursday's (July 5) episode of 'Duets,' superstar coaches Kelly Clarkson and John Legend teamed up for a blockbuster duet on the standard 'You Don't Know Me.' The twosome sang the classic, much loved tune while seated, likely due to the fact that Clarkson has a hairline fracture in her foot and can't stand easily. While she may be hobbling, it had absolutely no affect on that beautiful voice of hers.
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 (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 7) episode of 'Duets,' John Legend hooked up with Meleana Brown, the last-minute replacement who stepped into the competition with little advance notice, only to deliver her debut performance last week and shoot to No. 1 on the judge's charts, for a rousing rendition of Alicia Keys' 'If I Got You.'
He wore a gentlemanly black tux while she rocked a white pantsuit, so right off the bat, their staging suggested yin and yang. But what about their voices?