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Without a doubt, the numerous filters are the best thing about Snapchat. Who doesn’t love seeing themselves as a puppy, monster, flower child or drag queen? Ariana Grande and Jimmy Fallon put the app’s different lenses to use for an adorable duet on Grande’s “Into You.”

Speaking of the track, why this song hasn’t cracked the Top 40 yet is insane. It’s much better than “Dangerous Woman” and my favorite pop song this summer, so far. Maybe this little stunt might propel it higher on the chart.

Give the cute Snapchat clip a view below. It includes one very creepy face swap. Does anyone’s face ever look good on someone’s head?

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Greatest Hits is an ABC summer series that features artists of today and yesterday performing the defining hits of the ’80s, ’90s and ’00s. The latest episode highlighted hits from 1995-2000 featuring performances by LL Cool J, Backstreet Boys, Jewel, Coolio, All-4-One and Hanson revisiting their respective hits. For me though, it’s the duets with artists of today that are more entertaining.

Meghan Trainor joined The Backstreet Boys for a charming performance of “I Want It That Way.” The “Me Too” singer even picked up the boy band’s choreography, and pulled it off respectably.

While that duet was the marquee event, the stripped-down collaboration between Jewel and Tori Kelly on the former’s massive hit, “You Were Meant For Me,” was the winner of the night. The two ladies absolutely slayed it. They should consider touring together. I’d buy a ticket.

Check out both duets below, along with a sensational acoustic performance by Hanson of their smash single “MMMBop.” Dare I say, I prefer the new rendition over the original recording.

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Hologram USA announced last year plans of a world tour featuring Whitney Houston. Is it wrong I kinda want to buy tickets? It appears the first stop for Whit’s hologram will be The Voice. Definitely fitting given that she was often times called “The Voice.”

According to Entertainment Tonight, Christina Aguilera will duet with the late great singer on “I Have Nothing” during the Season 10 finale of the singing competition. Naturally, Aguilera didn’t confirm or deny the rumors.

“I am sworn to secrecy,” she told ET ahead of the Monday episode of “The Voice”. “I can’t say anything, but I’m very excited about the finale. Very exciting things happening.” NBC also declined to comment.

This wouldn’t be the first time, X-Tina has been in the presence of Houston. She paid tribute to Whitney back in 2001 at the BET Awards with a sensational cover of “Run To You.” If you recall, Whitney’s reaction after the performance was everything. Relive that epic moment below, along with checking out rehearsal footage of Christina preparing for the finale.

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Just hours after releasing “Go Ahead And Break My Heart” on iTunes, Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani perform it live for the first time on The Voice. Given it’s their first collaboration, it’s only natural the two were a bit anxious before hitting the stage.

“We’re a little bit nervous about it, but nervous in a way that we can’t wait and nervous in a way that we hope people think it’s as good as we think it is,” Shelton tells PEOPLE exclusively about debuting “Go Ahead and Break My Heart.” “It’s like people getting a look at something personal for the first time.”

Shelton reveals to the publication that no ghost writers were involved in writing the track and that only the two of them contributed to the lyrics. The track, which is off Blake’s forthcoming album, If I’m Honest, details their insecurities about starting a new relationship due to having major trust issues from their previous relationships.

I gotta say, country music looks good Stefani. She should consider releasing a full album focused solely on the genre like Cyndi Lauper recently did and Justin Timberlake is currently working on. Pop stars dabbling with honky tonk is all the rage these days. Even Jenny from the Block is on the bandwagon. Just listen to J. Lo’s duet with Jennifer Nettles for proof.

Check out Blake and Gwen’s duet below.

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While many of her pop compatriots were at the iHeartRadio Music Awards, Katy Perry was hanging out with some country folk. You can’t get any more country than Dolly Parton herself.

The 31-year-old “Roar” singer, dressed in Perry-fied Western attire, and the 70-year-old legend hit the stage at the 2016 ACM Awards. Together, the lovely ladies performed a medley of Parton’s hits- “Coat of Many Colors,” “Jolene,” and “9 to 5.” Dolly was liviiiiiiing during “Jolene” with her sassy ad libs about that hussy. I loved it.

Parton was also in attendance because her TV movie based on her life, Coat of Many Colors, was being honored. The NBC film received the Tex Ritter Award which honors a movie “released and / or receiving major exposure during the preceding calendar year, featuring or utilizing country music.” Check out their incredible duet below.

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The Grammys are all about witnessing artists pairing up to deliver iconic duets. The Weeknd gave a stellar vocal performance at last week’s ceremony, but that’s not exactly how producers originally planned it.

The somewhat reclusive Lauryn Hill was reportedly supposed to join the Canadian singer for a duet on his hit, “In The Night.” Due to last-minute complications, that epic collaboration never came to be. That is, until Friday night.

Hill surprised The Tonight Show audience during The Weeknd’s set. Not surprisingly, it was fantastic despite a couple pitchy moments from Ms. Hill. Doesn’t matter, I adore both these musicians. Check out the duet below.

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After numerous teasers but no premiere, I was beginning to worry this duet would never see the light. Finally, it’s arrived and worth the wait.

Charlie Puth and Selena Gomez team up for “We Don’t Talk Anymore” off Puth’s forthcoming album, Nine Track Mind, in stores this week. The track is pretty darn flawless. The acoustic-like production with its breezy vibe is catered for Top 40 radio. If this doesn’t do damage there and on the charts, color me shocked.

Fingers crossed an accompanying visual debuts shortly. These two would sizzle on screen together. Give “We Don’t Talk Anymore” a spin below. The chorus is undeniably catchy.

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After being relatively out of the spotlight for the past couple of years to take care of her husband, Celine Dion has been popping up everywhere as of late. She delivered an emotional performance in honor of Paris at the American Music Awards and recently paid homage to Frank Sinatra for Grammy’s all-star tribute to Ol’ Blue Eyes. To all this, I say welcome back Celine. You’ve been missed.

The 47-year-old Canadian chanteuse dazzled during Michael Buble’s annual Christmas special. She gave a gorgeous rendition of “O Holy Night” and then joined Buble to give a rousing cover of John Lennon and Yoko Ono’s “Happy Xmas (War is Over).” Her signature powerful vocals were on display for both numbers. Check them both out below.

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