“It is all on the line this week, so we have to bring it,” John Glosson said of his ‘Duets‘ performances this evening. With the pressure of next week’s finale looming over his head, the young singer decided to stay within his comfort zone this week with his duet with Sugarland‘s Jennifer Nettles, performing the gorgeous Andrea Bocelli and Celine Dion classic ‘The Prayer.’
“I don’t want America to think I wasn’t ready,” said ‘Duets‘ contestant J Rome just before taking the stage with Jennifer Nettles for the first perform of tonight’s live episode of the popular reality competition show. “I don’t want them to say the pressure was on and he didn’t deliver.”
Despite her recent marriage, domestic life seems anything but blissful for Wynonna Judd. The country music superstar has filed a lawsuit against Michael Ciminella, a Louisville, Ky. man who raised Judd as his daughter.
It’s the video that launched a million phone calls. During his set at Country Fest 2012 in Wisconsin, Keith Urban covered this year’s pop summer anthem ‘Call Me Maybe,’ made famous by Canadian darling Carly Rae Jepsen.
Country music’s resident mentor Jennifer Nettles and soul singer Robin Thicke kicked off week 7 of ‘Duets’ competition with their jazzy rendition of the 1980 Queen rock classic ‘Crazy Little Thing About Love,’ setting the bar high for a night of live Standards performances from the remaining four hopefuls.
“We’re ready for a show!” said Jennifer Nettles, just before taking the stage with her second singing partner John Glosson. After a mixed reaction from the judges following their performance in the first live episode of ‘Duets‘ last week, the talented two performed the Ray Charles classic ‘Georgia on My Mind’ as a tribute to their home state of Georgia. Did the two make their hometown of Douglas, Ga. — and the remaining three celebrity mentors proud?
Voted safe following his first less-than-stellar performance last week, J Rome and his Sugarland celebrity mentor, mom-to-be Jennifer Nettles, took the stage second, performing the 1941 Billie Holliday classic ‘God Bless the Child.’ With the pack of ‘Duets‘ hopefuls dwindling rapidly, did the young hopeful redeem himself this week? According to the remaining three celebrity judges, the answer is an overwhelming yes!
She stole the hearts of the voting public after being crowned ‘American Idol’ during the wildly popular reality show’s inaugural season, and now Kelly Clarkson is taking back the title of best-selling ‘Idol’ single of all-time, beating out country superstar Carrie Underwood.
With two monster country collaborations already under her belt, Kelly Clarkson is solidifying her status as a country music superstar with her current single, ‘Mr. Know It All,’ which is poised to crack the Top 20 on Billboard’s Country Singles chart. Country radio isn’t the only aspect of the genre showing love to Clarkson — pals Reba McEntire and Jason Aldean are just a few of her country peers who praise the Texas native.
The first live episode of ‘Duets‘ kicked off with a bang this week with all four celebrity mentors taking the stage first to perform their rendition of George Michael’s 1990 classic, ‘Freedom.’ Noticeably different was Kelly Clarkson‘s hairstyle — which shifted back to a platinum blonde that recalled the singer’s early years as a pop superstar. Not as noticeable was Jennifer Nettle’s growing belly, with the Sugarland singer announcing her pregnancy since filming the first batch of episodes. After another impressive showing last week with a first and second place finish for J Rome and John Glosson, respectively, did the mother-to-be step it up and set raise the bar once again this week?
“It’s one of the best songs written in the millennium,” confessed ‘Duets‘ celebrity mentor Robin Thicke just before taking the stage with hopeful Olivia Chisholm to perform Lady Antebellum‘s monster hit ‘Need You Now.’ With the competition down to only five hopefuls, was the country song the best choice for the two soft-voiced soul singers?
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