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Wednesday, October 17, 2012

Five Musical Couples That Should Collaborate

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Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon

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C'mon now. Admit it. This shit would be fucking hilarious.

Ryan Adams and Mandy Moore

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These two have been married over three years and might be one of the cutest couples in the whole world. Sure, we were confused about the pairing initially -- her being a pop princess, him being a folksy tortured soul -- but they look ever so happy. Which means Ms. Moore must have some good music in her somewhere. And if anyone can drag it out of her, it's Ryan Adams. Thank the Lord then, that this is one collaboration that might actually happen soon. Moore announced that her and the hubby are collaborating on an "intense, emotional" record that will be out later this year or early next. We hope it's more Adams than Moore. Fingers crossed!

-- @Raemondjjjj


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