The best duets in music history
Diana Ross and Lionel Richie:Endless Love' is another evergreen duet, a mournful ballad written in 1981 by Richi.
Beyoncé and Madonna: In a groundbreaking collaboration, Beyoncé created a remix of her 'Renaissance' hit single 'BREAK MY SOUL.
Michael Jackson and Paul McCartney: The former Beatle joined forces with the "King of Pop" for two duets, 1982's.
Lady Gaga and Tony Bennett: Tony Bennet is one of the last survivors of the golden era of jazz and swing.
Elvis Presley and Frank Sinatra: During 1960's 'Frank Sinatra Timex Show: Welcome Home Elvis' TV special, which took place at the Fontainebleau Hotel.
Kenny Rogers and Dolly Parton: Regularly cited as one of the most memorable musical duets ever conceived, 'Islands in the Stream' was first performed by Kenny.
Britney Spears and Elton John: It's been a while since Britney Spears was in the studio, and for good reason.
George Michael and Stevie Wonder: Throughout his career, George Michael performed several memorable duets with a whole host of music stars, notably Aretha Franklin on 1987's.
David Bowie and Mick Jagger: Music legends David Bowie and Mick Jagger teamed up in 1985 for a video performance of the old Martha.
Freddie Mercury and Montserrat Caballé: Originally released in 1987 and one of the biggest hits of Freddie Mercury's.