In a split screen video, singing “Over and Over,” Nelly and Tim McGraw proved two chill dudes from two different worlds could be equally lovesick. But honestly, we’re still not sure why.
Before Gwyneth Paltrow graced the "Glee" stage, she performed a duet with a ‘80s pop icon in a movie that’s mostly been forgotten. Words to live by: “Cruisin’ is made for love.”
Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery and often makes for very funny parody. In 1984, Willie Nelson and Julio Iglesias’ duet, “To All The Girls I’ve Loved Before,” got singled out in a comedy show
Could it have been singing and dancing with a cartoon cat that made “Live to Dance” host Paula Abdul so open to the prospect of the raw, sometimes feral, talent of “American Idol”?
Michael Stipe, the Georgia alt-rock singer just isn’t who you’d expect to team up with the sultry, inimitable Cher. But there they were, holding hands and singing one of her most famous duets on stage at Love Rocks in Los Angeles.
Those edgy Metallica band members showed they know how to shake things up when they did an album with a classical symphony orchestra, but the pairing left a lot of fans scratching their heads.
Bing Crosby wears a cardigan sweater and pop star David Bowie appears to have left his glitter makeup at home. Before long they’re singing classic tunes and the holidays will never be the same.
The Godfather of Soul and one of The Three Tenors made an interesting pair when they teamed up for an infamous song.
In the “what were they thinking” category, longtime pop star Elton John and Detroit’s hard-bitten Eminem mixed it up at the Grammys in 2001.