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Duets: John Legend SPICES Things Up With Endless Love & I Knew You Were Waiting For Me!

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After a surprising and mysterious exit from original partner Johnny Gray, John Legend had to do some quick auditions to find a new singer!

Thankfully, he found her in Hawaii native Meleana Brown! Making her Duets debut with Endless Love, the songstress showed us she has A LOT of potential!

Meanwhile, Bridget Carrington continues building her reputation as one of the fiercest women to grace the stage with I Knew You Were Waiting For Me! Three words describe her voice: strong, soulful, sassy!

Introduce yourself to Meleana (above), but don't be a stranger to Bridget …AFTER THE JUMP!

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5 comments to “Duets: John Legend SPICES Things Up With Endless Love & I Knew You Were Waiting For Me!”

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    great voice!

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    no one cares.

  3. Balu says – reply to this


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    John Legend was great, but the girl ruined it. Her voice was too whiny, their voices did not go together at all.



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    When I originally commented I clicked the "Notify me when new comments are added" checkbox and now each time a comment is added I get several e-mails with the same comment. Is there any way you can remove people from that service? Appreciate it!

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    Miz Liz shared a link.
    16 hours ago
    Anyone remember Johnny Gray from the 2010 Evergreen Idol karaoke contest, and his sore loser attitude? He created quite a nasty stir when he didn't win, to the point of making libelous statements regarding the judging of the contest. Well, seems it may be occurring again on a nationwide scope. He came in 2nd on Duets, but was mysteriously not there the following week. Is there a connection? He does NOT like to lose, and can get quite nasty about it. Any input/comments out there?