Kelly Clarkson performs John Legend Hit alongside fellow Kelly crew members on ‘The Voice’ – Music Mayhem Magazine


Kelly clarkson and the four remaining members of Team Kelly gave a stunning performance on NBC’s Tuesday night episode (November 16) The voice.

Joined by Kelly team contestants Jeremy Rosado, Girl Named Tom, Hailey Mia and Gymani, the pop superstar performed coach John Legend’s hit single, “U Move I Move,” at the party. elimination on The Voice.

As the laser beams flickered above and fog flooded the dimly lit stage, Clarkson and his team members harmonized their stunning vocals perfectly.

Watch their performance below.

Co-written by Legend alongside Mike Waters, Jonas W. Karlsson and Trey Campbell, “U Move I Move” appears on Legend’s GRAMMY-winning album, greatest love.

The song recorded by Legend originally features superstar Jhené Aiko.

“I originally recorded this solo, but it felt like the right song to have a male-female duet since it’s about this interaction between two people who are in love and listening to one of them. the other, “Legend previously shared of the song with Apple Music. “Jhené asked me to have me on his album Chilombo and I really loved our vocals together, so it was an easy decision.

The caption continued, “The recording was trickier. This is one of the songs that came together in quarantine, so I had to sing my idea of ​​what I wanted the duo to be in my phone and send it to her, and wait to see what she got to me. returned. I wasn’t sure how it was going to turn out, but she looked amazing from the first take. Necessity is the mother of invention. “

Earlier on the show, Legend performed a Stevie Wonder classic, “Don’t You Worry ‘Bout A Thing,” alongside other members of his team, which you can watch below.

Written only by Wonder, “Don’t You Worry ‘Bout A Thing” is a track that appeared on Wonder’s 1973 album, Interior visions. The song reached # 16 on the Billboard Pop Singles charts, # 10 on the Cash Box chart, and # 2 on the R&B chart.

The voice returns Monday, Nov. 22 at 8 / 7c on NBC.


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