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Lady Gaga & Elton John's Duet: Hello, Hello!

Lady Gaga & Elton John's Duet: Hello, Hello!

Elton John and Lady Gaga are teaming up to duet on a new track for the upcoming Disney animated film Gnomeo & Juliet!

The duo will sing “Hello, Hello,” a song that EW calls a “charming pop track,” for the film – the song plays when the two lead characters, voiced by James McAvoy and Emily Blunt, meet for the first time.

Gnomeo & Juliet will hit the big screen on February 11!

FYI: Back in May, Gaga and Elton sang Journey‘s “Don’t Stop Believin’” together!

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8 Comments

# 1

It will be amazing! (:
They make an awesome duet.

# 2

Shocking! A post about adult artists? JJ are you ok???

Now that’s something to look forward to.

# 3

Hope the song is as good as it’s capable of being.

The film looks extremely interesting and I agree @annie:, this time, it isn’t Willow Smith, thankfully!

# 4

She should have released Speechless.

# 5

she wears blonde wigs so pple wont confuse her for amy whinehouse

# 6

Who Gives a *** about Lady Gagme anymore?! Hopefully her 15minutes are up!

She has gotten TEW cocky and her music is just as generic garbage as Kesha so she can have a seat!

Im Sure the Bandwagon Gaga fans will disagree but i pratically could care less…Im about Real Music and Talent, Not Gimmicks!

This Madonna Rip off needs to find her place right back to NYC Miss Stefani Grenade or whateva her name is!

# 7

I like Lady Gaga but Elton basically said shes the only good songwriter of this generation.

Why cant we accept her for what she is? A singer that makes catchy songs. Her lyrics are not outstanding by any means.

# 8

Looking forward to this. I love me some Elton John but, as we much I like Gaga, I find her “image” not as authentic as others before her like Madonna or Grace Jones. We featured Grace Jones, mama of weird and craycray in our flashback Friday post for Meets Obsession: http://www.bit.ly/9vE22H

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