Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani’s Duet, ‘Go Ahead and Break My Heart’ is Finally Out

Love birds Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani just released their new duet “Go Ahead and Break My Heart.”

The song will be featured on Blake’s new album If I’m Honest, which is set to drop on May 20.

The pair will be performing the song TONIGHT on The Voice.

Click here to listen to “Go Ahead and Break My Heart” on iTunes!

[Verse 1: Blake Shelton]
I’m certainly sitting on your last good try
Here I am with half a goodbye
Wonder if you’re really gone this time
Just when I’m about to lose my mind
There you are getting on my phone
The moon is rising and you’re all alone
Maybe we could just hang a while
Maybe we can make each other smile
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Jason Derulo & Luke Bryan Duet ‘Want To Want Me’

Jason Derulo and Luke Bryan totally slay on this karaoke version of Jason‘s hit song “Want to Want Me.”

The duo sing the song via the karaoke app Sing!.

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Sam Smith and John Legend Duet on ‘Lay Me Down’ for Charity

In support of the Comic Relief‘s Red Nose Day, Smith and Legend released the new recording and its accompanying music video on Monday.

“‘Lay Me Down’ holds a very special place in my heart. Not only did I perform it at the Brits, I’m now going to perform it live on the Red Nose Day show with the extremely talented John Legend, which is so exciting,” Sam said in a statement. “I recently visited a Comic Relief funded project in my home town, which supports the young LGBT community in London. I’m extremely proud that my single will help raise money for projects like this and many others in the U.K. and across Africa.”

“Sam is such a talented artist,” John added, singing the “Latch” singer’s praises. “We’ve been looking forward to working together for a while now. I’m so glad we could collaborate on such a great song and for such a great cause.”

Watch: Lee Brice Joins Garth Brooks for Surprise ‘More Than A Memory’ Duet

At a recent tour stop in Boston on Saturday (Jan. 26), Garth Brooks brought out a surprise guest for a performance of “More Than a Memory.” It was Lee Brice, who wrote the song, and Brooks took it to No. 1 back in 2007. This was Brice’s very first hit as a songwriter.

After the show, the guys had a love fest on twitter:

Paramore’s Hayley Williams and The Civil Wars’ Joy Williams Duet ‘Hate to See Your Heart Break’: Watch

Hayley Williams (left) of Paramore and Joy Williams, formerly of The Civil Wars, perform together on a version of the song "Hate To See Your Heart Break" from the deluxe version of Paramore's self-titled album.
For the deluxe reissue of Paramore‘s 2013 self-titled album (out today, Nov. 24), the band has released a music video to accompany a new version of the song “Hate to See Your Heart Break,” re-recorded with new vocals from The Civil Wars’ Joy Williams.

“When we met, I was 12 and Joy was like 18 or 19, I think,” Hayley Williams told NPR. “I was already a fan of hers. It was fate that we became friends. She was always giving great advice and listening to songs I’d written or big plans I had about becoming a real artist… I love that I got to sing this with someone who I have shared my pains and my stories with for quite some time. Someone whom I know well and who I’ve sat and listened to as they share their own pains. It was never meant as romantic song between lovers but always a song to a friend. Now it’s even more special. I think of it as an ode to sisterhood.”

Nick Jonas and Demi Lovato Hit Us With An Intense New Duet ‘Avalanche’

Earlier this year Demi & Nick teased everyone with a duet that will be appearing on Nick’s self-titled album, now it’s finally here!

It’s so amazing how well their vocals mesh together on Avalanche. Simply wonderful.

Nick dished: “The song is about a relationship being on the verge of breaking down…she killed the vocals and I knew immediately that it was the perfect song for us to do together.”

Ariana Grande Slows it Down with Big Sean in ‘Best Mistake’: Listen

Two weeks out from My Everything‘s official release, Grande has dropped another full track to tease her second album’s release, with the Big Sean-featuring “Best Mistake” hitting iTunes yesterday.

According to E! News, Ariana is dating the 26-year-old rapper. The duo first teamed up for “Right There,” from her debut album Yours Truly.

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12 Things We Know About Hilary Duff’s Comeback Album

via Buzzfeed

1. She has a record deal!

After months of writing and recording new material, Hilary announced she had signed a record deal in March of this year. While the label has yet to be announced, it’s a major step forward for Hilary who has been unsigned since she left Hollywood Records in 2008.

She has a record deal!

2. It’s not going to be a dance album.

While she was originally planning on releasing an EDM-influenced album, in May she told MTV News that her new music now has an “earthy, indie-pop” sound.

It's not going to be a dance album.

3. Pop genius Charli XCX wants to be involved.

Last year the singer-songwriter tweeted her desire to write for Hilary’s upcoming album. While there Hilary’s team never publicly responded, Charli doesn’t seem deterred — in January she told BANG Showbiz that writing for Hilary “would be awesome.” Maybe the with “Fancy” blowing up the charts, Hilary will finally start paying attention.

12 Things We Know About Hilary Duff’s Comeback Album

4. Ed Sheeran wrote a song for her.

While Hilary might not work with Charli XCX, at least we know she’s worked with another indie-darling-turned-major-popstar: Ed Sheeran. That’s right, Hilary recorded a song written by Taylor Swift’s BFF! In May she Instagrammed a picture of herself in the recording studio with Sheeran.

Ed Sheeran wrote a song for her.

5. Get ready for “So Yesterday Pt. II”

It’s been ten years since “So Yesterday” made her a major pop star but instead of trying to forget the past, Hilary’s trying to relive it! She’s confirmed this month that she’s reteaming with “So Yesterday” writer Lauren Christy to write songs for the new album.

12 Things We Know About Hilary Duff’s Comeback Album

6. She’s coming for that Top 40 smash.

The album may have an “indie-pop vibe” but Hilary is working with some of the best hitmakers in the business. A shortlist of songwriters includes Ian Kirkpatrick, Toby Gad, Lindy Robbins and Billy Mann.

She’s coming for that Top 40 smash.

7. She’s been an active part of the writing process.

While Hilary is working with some of the best songwriters in the business, she’s clearly taking a hands-on approach to the songwriting process. She’s credited as a co-writer on all the new songs registered with the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers.

She’s been an active part of the writing process.

8. Lots of confirmed song titles!

Between Hilary’s Instagram and the songs registered with the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers, we already know the titles of twelve songs: “Better Days,” “Hurts,” “Outlaw,” “Tearing Down Walls,” “Take It For What It Is,” “Breathing Room,” “Northern Star,” “Night Like This,” “Snow Globe,” “This Heart,” “Wild Night Out” and “It All Starts Tonight.”

12 Things We Know About Hilary Duff’s Comeback Album

9. There might be a duet.

Back in March Hilary posted photo of herself in the recording studio on Instagram. In the caption, she wrote, “‘Night like this’ complete now need a male vocal! Any takers?” Here’s to hoping she found a singing partner!

There might be a duet.

10. She’s not holding back lyrically.

If you were curious to hear how she feels about her separation from husband Mike Comrie, it looks like you’ll get your answer in the form of a song. Between the lyrics she’s been posting on Instagram and all the song titles, she doesn’t appear to be holding anything back.

She’s not holding back lyrically.

11. It’s probably gonna sound something like this:

Last month music producer Jerrod Bettis posted an instrumental snippet of new Hilary song to his Instagram. When news of the clip broke, he took the clip down but not before a quick-acting fan uploaded it to YouTube.

12. Her comeback can’t come soon enough!

Fans have been waiting for this album for the better part of a decade. Hilary released her last album, Dignity, in 2007. While there have been soundtrack singles and a “Best Of” album, it’s been over seven years since Hilary’s last major release. Her fans have been waiting a long time to make this new album — whatever it sounds like — a major hit.

Her comeback can’t come soon enough!