From legendary collaborations between musical greats to fresh partnerships from new kids on the block, we give you the top 20 duets of all time for karaoke The only thing better than killing it at karaoke is killing it at karaoke with a friend! Duets offer twice the vocal range, twice the giggles and twice the fun, so with that in mind we've only gone and compiled a list of the top 20 karaoke duets of all time. And, if you're in need of even more inspiration for your next singing session, check out our round up of the top karaoke songs of all time. You can find all of these incredible karaoke duets available to sing on our online subscription service. One of the absolute stand out tracks of , Shallow is an instant classic and offers a very enjoyable romantic duet for a couple of star crossed lovers. Be warned though: about two thirds of the song is Lady Gaga and she is one tough act to follow vocally! The great thing about this duet is that it's relatively easy to sing. There isn't a huge vocal range, so it doesn't take much effort to make it sound half decent.
11) Dolly Parton & Kenny Rogers – Islands In The Stream
Follow Billboard. All rights reserved. One big name on a red-hot hit is great, but sometimes two superstar voices come together in an inspired pairing that is truly special. With Valentine's Day's celebration of couples in mind, our experts dove into over 50 years of Hot hits to single out the biggest songs by two singers to ever hit the chart.
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What is it about duet songs that make them so appealing? Perhaps it is as simple as the fact that they are very often a love song, and everyone loves a love song. The best duets move us in ways that other music may not. We have come up with what we consider to be the best duets of all time.
Follow Billboard. All rights reserved. Love songs by solo artists can be very powerful, but they only give us half the story. To truly convey the grandeur and complexity of modern romance, it takes two. Marvin Gaye was a solo genius who also made a fantastic duet partner for female vocalists. As far as duets go, Marvin Gaye was never better than when he was singing with Tammi Terrell. Carter laughs off his threats, certain the ladies of Jackson will play him for a fool.