In a stark contrast to many of the more sensational performances and cameos during the 'America's Got Talent' finale on Wednesday night, Queen Latifah looked eloquent standing next to 85-year-old Tony Bennett as the two sang 'Who Can I Turn To (Nobody Needs Me).' The song is included on Bennett's 'Duets II' album that drops Sept. 20.

Latifah was a good head taller than than Bennett (her high heels only exaggerated the difference) but it was on her to keep up with the legend. Early fans of the rapper-turned-songstress would be amazed to hear how delicate she could be. Yes this is the same woman who once sang "U-N-I-T-Y / You gotta let 'em know."

A tender piano and soft brush strokes against the snare drum joined a regal stand up bass in backing up the two singers. Bennett and Queen Latifah seemed to truly enjoy working together and while they're not a perfect vocal match their genuine joy made this performance one of the night's highlights. Other artists joining Bennett on the new album include Lady Gaga and Amy Winehouse.

Listen to Queen Latifah and Tony Bennett Sing 'Who Can I Turn To (Nobody Needs Me) From 'Duets II'