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Over the weekend, the Global Citizen Festival took place in Central Park in front of 60,000 fans. The fourth annual event, curated by Chris Martin, aims to bring awareness to global poverty in hopes of eradicating it by 2030. Once again, a star-studded lineup gathered for the great cause.

Though the event saw some other memorable surprise duets including Coldplay bringing out Ariana Grande, my favorite involved everyone’s favorite English ginger and the bodacious hair-flipping beast that is Beyonce. The two gave a killer acoustic performance of Bey’s hit, “Drunk In Love.” Sheeran has covered the track several times previously, but this time, he finally got to jam on it with Queen B herself. Check it out below.

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Justin Bieber Duets With Bryan Adams

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Arguably, Justin Bieber and Bryan Adams are two of Canada’s biggest male exports when it comes to the music recording industry. Though a bit random, their duet is something that would make any Canuck feel a little national pride.

While promoting their respective new albums in Germany, the two joined forces during the Universal Inside 2015 conference. Surprisingly, they chose to perform an acoustic version of Bieber’s hit “Baby,” with Justin taking over Ludacris’ rap verse. Check it out below.

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This would be so much better if Rita Ora chose a different duet partner. Definitely not Chris Brown’s biggest fan. Even with that lapse in judgement, I actually quite like “Body On Me.” It has the potential to become the 24-year-old British singer’s biggest hit stateside.

Ora and Brown’s voices blend well nicely together. It appears their chemistry extends beyond their vocals. The two get steamy for the accompanying clip. Their connection seems a little too real if you ask me.

Ora, dressed in her finest Chola look, and Brown meet in their apartment elevator. Things heat up when they meet on the rooftop where their bodies grind up on each other. Rita also gets up close and personal with the Union Jack flag. Check out the extremely sexy Collin Tilley-directed clip below.

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Although I’m absolutely tone deaf, I love karaoke. But only in the privacy of my own home or drunk with friends in a private room at some bar. Naturally, when I came across this new app Sing! Karaoke, I had to try it out. If you love to sing, definitely give it a whirl. It allows fans to hear what they’d sound like singing with their favorite artist.

Luke Bryan and Jason Derulo got together to sing Derulo’s smash hit “Want To Want Me” using the fun new app. R&B and country singers performing duets is nothing new. These two continue that grand tradition and absolutely slay it. Check it out below. Bryan has a pretty sick falsetto and looks like he’s having a blast. His enthusiasm is quite infectious actually.

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On his new album, Stages, Josh Groban decided to cover his favorites from the Great White Way. A few of the productions that 34-year-old singer chose include songs from Into The Woods, Les Miserables, The Phantom of the Opera, The Wizard of Oz, Carousel and A Chorus Line to name a few.

“Stages is an album I’ve wanted to make since I signed to Reprise/Warner Bros. Records during my freshman year as a Musical Theater student at Carnegie Mellon,” Groban says. “I knew in my heart that, at some point, I would visit the songs I love from that world as an album. Having lived in New York City the last few years, seeing as much theater as I could see, and having so many great friends in the theater community, it became really inspiring to take this on. It was time.”

What I Did For Love” was the first taste heard from the LP and now we have our second. It’s a stunning duet featuring none other than Kelly Clarkson. The two team up on “All I Ask Of You” from The Phantom of the Opera. It’s as amazing as you’d imagine.

During her American Idol season, Broadway was never a theme. Had it been, Clarkson would’ve definitely slayed. She effortlessly hits all the high notes on this Andrew Lloyd Webber-penned number. Check out the sensational duet below.

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Just like “Stay With Me” with Mary J. Blige, Sam Smith has enlisted another great R&B voice to duet with for a special version of his latest single. The 22-year-old reigning Best New Artist Grammy winner joins forces with John Legend to make beautiful music on “Lay Me Down.”

The special rendition of the track is for the UK charity Comic Relief for Red Nose Day. The charity’s goal is to “bring about positive and lasting change in the lives of poor and disadvantaged people, which we believe requires investing in work that addresses people’s immediate needs as well as tackling the root causes of poverty and injustice.”

“I’m doing the official single for this year’s @rednoseday with the amazing @johnlegend,” Sam tweeted. “So honoured to collaborate with such an incredible artist. Please do support the track, it is for a great cause xx.”

Check out their sensational collaboration below. Hopefully, this is just one of many future duets to come. Their voices mesh so well together.

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While promoting her new album, Piece By Piece, in stores now, Kelly Clarkson claimed she had problems convincing other musicians to duet with her. Initially, media outlets took her comments seriously. As it turns out, the 32-year-old American Idol winner was only joking.

If there was ever any ounce of truth to her comments though, at least she can always call on Jimmy Fallon. Clearly, the Tonight Show host is a fan. He enlisted Clarkson to perform a medley of the greatest duets in history on last night’s show.

Their performance included covers of Sonny and Cher‘s “I Got You Babe,” Kenny Rogers and Dolly Parton‘s “Islands in the Stream,” Human League‘s “Don’t You Want Me,” Elton John‘s “Don’t Go Breaking My Heart” and Paula Abdul‘s “Opposites Attract.”

My favorite of the bunch was of Aaron Neville and Linda Ronstadt‘s “Don’t Know Much.” It was all about Jimmy’s bang-on impression of Neville. Check out the entire thing below.

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Recently, Kelly Clarkson made comments to BBC Radio 1 that were twisted and misconstrued. The 32-year-old original American Idol winner stated she had problems wrangling up A-list singers to duet with. The travesty 😉

“I honestly would collaborate with a lot of people, but everyone usually says no. I’m not kidding you. I have legitimately asked several people that I’m not going to call out, and that’s cool, but I don’t know.”

As it turns out, the “Heartbeat Song” singer was just joking. She cleared up the misunderstanding on Twitter this week.

“Ok, I was making a joke about people not singing with me! The press is really twisting this comment just FYI! No big deal. New story please. Obviously my humor is not translating ha!”

With that being said, there is only duet on her forthcoming album, Piece By Piece. Like they say, there’s a grain of truth in every joke.

Run Run Run” is the latest track that Clarkson is premiering off her new LP which drops on March 3. It features John Legend with whom she judged alongside with on the short-lived ABC singing competition, Duets. Check out their collaboration below.

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