"It takes two, baby," as Marvin & Tammi once sang.
So here are my all-time favorite twosomes -- musically, that is.
(13) "Cruisin'," Gwyneth Paltrow and Huey Lewis, 2000
This cover version of the Smokey Robinson hit came from a rotten movie about karaoke, but it grabbed me, with Gwynnie's creamy ... More >>
Today's Times has a piece on a psychologist's theory about song lyrics of the current day being proof that we are all self-obsessed narcissists. The psychologist who came up with the theory, Nathan DeWall, was apparently inspired to embark on this quest by Weezer's "The Greatest Man Who Ever ... More >>
Gwyneth Paltrow took an abrupt left turn in career emphasis when she made Country Strong and sang on Glee plus three awards shows, doing everything from slinking on a piano and crooning to a feathery Cee Lo Green and the Muppets, to standing upright at the Oscars and doing her best Carrie U ... More >>
Leave it to Norway.
They have united every single fame-challenged celebrity whoever lived, and who wasn't busy at the autograph convention I recently went to in Parsippany, and shot them synching to "Let It Be" as a promo for some TV show or the other.
Stick with this amazing clip and you'l ... More >>
Gwyneth Paltrow's voice and stage presence have come a long way since Duets in 2000. Sure, it was a movie about karaoke, but her creepy, um, duet with her film-father Huey Lewis was a little bit hard to watch and not just because they were singing about one night stands. Last night, Paltrow redeeme ... More >>
Imagine our excitement when we saw this article in the New York Times: "A Congressman's Abs Garner Yeas." I mean, yeah, it's a bit tongue-in-something, but the Times is actually acknowledging a hottie politician who has become something of a gay icon, despite maybe not actually being gay! Tha ... More >>