20 Jun

The new singing competition “Duets” cuts to the chase, showcasing the best talent from the start.  But the public voting begins next week which seems pointless, with the winning voice of J Rome.  He’s topped the chart for five weeks straight and is clearly the favorite to win.

Just when you think he can’t get any better, J Rome steps up his game and surprises us all.  On tonight’s show he blew the judges and audience away once again, singing the Whitney Houston classic “I Will Always Love You”.  It was also amazing to see him bring John Legend to tears (fake but close), especially since he swears he never cries.

If you missed any of his performances, it would be worth your time to check him out at ABC.COM.  J Rome will take your breath away and his partner Jennifer Nettle (Sugarland) is also an incredible artist.  When singing Michael Jackson, Whitney Houston and Michael Bolton he has not missed a beat.

The judges on the Duets, Kelly Clarkson, John Legend, Robin Thicke and Jennifer Nettle actually earn their keep.  It’s truly like watching a concert each week as they sing with their partners.

The top competitors on my list would definitely be J Rome, Bridget Carrington and John Glosson.  While there is mega talent on this show, J Rome should cross the finish line with no trouble at all.  If he does not have a huge future in the music industry and win this competition, I will literally eat my shoes.

Who went home tonight?  Sadly enough Kelly lost her pink haired team member Jordan Meredith.

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