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Duets: John Legend & Jennifer Nettles Top The List With Their Partners!

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J Rome continues to shine as Duets' superstar!

This week, he and Jennifer Nettles took Whitney Houston's I Will Always Love You and made audiences cry, cementing his place as #1.

Jenny's other partner, John Glosson, came in second place with Titanic's My Heart Will Go On.

Such an obvious choice! But a brilliant one…

Rounding out the top three was John Legend and Bridget Carrington. They decided to do a number from the Ike & Tina Turner book with What's Love Got To Do With It

After you're done watching the top dog cover Whitney (above), check out Gloss & Bridge …AFTER THE JUMP!

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6 comments to “Duets: John Legend & Jennifer Nettles Top The List With Their Partners!”

  1. 1

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  2. 2

    john glosson is A-mazing!!!!

  3. 3

    All of those are such great songs!

  4. 4

    I thought duets is cancelled. lol! it might as well be with that bad ratings.

  5. Nicki says – reply to this


    Re: Akeaton8 – Anything is better than Idol.

  6. Faith Strong says – reply to this


    It would be nice if Bridget Carrington stopped sleeping with a man she knew was husband with two small children and focused on her singing career and the relationship she repeatedly claims to have with God. Her arrogance and lack of remorse for helping to break up a marriage and causing so much pain to a wife and innocent children is sickening. Either the show is oblivious or doesn't care about the contestant's morals or character.