This sounds pretty reasonable.
So, Mama June either wants back on TV or she wants her money!
They gave the demand on Friday and will wait a week to see what happens.
Are U interested in watching either of these shows anymore???
Duets is down to the Final Four!!
And Kelly Clarkson's partner, Jason Farol, is Feelin' Good. As he should be!
They made the jazzy Nina Simone song all their own with their cool moves and sultry voices. (Though we have to say, the Michael Buble version is still our favorite. Ha!)
But these two lit up the stage like some moonbeams on a summer's night!
PRESS that PLAY button to see the magic (above)!
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!
Honestly… you don't even have to be interested in music to enjoy this one!
Robin Thicke looks good! …and he thrusts good too! Ha!
Just like his works of sex magic in weeks before, Thicke-a-licious gives us the sweetest eye candy. (Though some say the ear candy on this one tasted a bit sour…)
Performing one of the most famous disco songs ever, watch Robin and Olivia Chisholm show Duets their how-to on Stayin' Alive (above)!
Suddenly the world seems like such a perfect place!
She may have lost Jordan Meredith, but Kelly Clarkson made audiences feel the love with Moulin Rouge's iconic Come What May.
SUCH a brilliant song-choice if you ask us!
It was like Kylie Minogue sprinkled some magical green-fairy dust on the stage right before they went out, because Kelly and Jason Farol were feelin' it!
Sure… they could have used some more momentum toward the end, but it's overall a treat to watch (above)!
Way to suck up to Kelly Clarkson! ;)
Not only did he surprise Miz Independent with a special performance of her smash hit Since U Been Gone, he mystified the audience with an enchanting tribute to Donna Summer too!
Check out Kelly's reaction to his and Meleana Brown's take on her #1 hit (above)!
But don't forget to watch the magical Last Dance he does with Bridget Carrington, either! …AFTER THE JUMP!
Wow! It doesn't matter if you're a country fan or not, Sugarland star Jennifer Nettles is one helluva performer!!
Gurl went back to the pum-pump-pumpin' songs with her partners on Duets this week!! And we LOVE IT!!!
Watch her and J Rome groove to Michael Jackson's Pretty Young Thing (above)!
And then you can ride to John Glosson's rendition of Life Is A Highway …AFTER THE JUMP!
SOMEONE CALL 9-1-1! IT'S A SEX EMERGENCY!!!
Poor thang lost Alexis Foster last week, but he and Olivia Chisholm really revved up the magic for Al Green's Let's Stay Together!
Not only did they sing it justice, they WERKED IT as pure visual POETRY!!!
Please. Do yourself a Friday favor and press that PLAY button (above)!