Top 10 performing couples including Jay Z, Beyonce and more

When you think about some of the best duos, Sonny and Cher, Bobby and Whitney, you think, “Wow! How great?” You wonder to yourself, how could they have broken up? They were so great together...on stage.
That is what many people are thinking with the rumors spreading about Beyonce and Jay-Z splitting up.
According to International Business Times, the couple plans to divorce after the “On the Run” tour. Of course, Bey and Jay-Z have been all smiles for the crowds at their concerts, but what is going on behind closed doors?
A couple that has been together for what seems like forever can’t split up, right?
While pondering on Jay-Z and Beyonce’s love life...I got to thinking, remember all those couples that sang and performed awesome duets together?
Here are the top ten couples that have performed together and, of course, we’ve got to start with Sonny and Cher.
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10. Sonny & Cher
Picture it, November 1962, Sonny saw Cher are in an L.A. coffee shop. They hit it off pretty quickly and he got her a singing session in no time! By 1964 they were a performing duo, known as Ceasar and Cleo. In 1965 when they released “I Got You Babe,” the two dropped Cesar and Cleo and became Sonny and Cher.

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9. Bobby & Whitney
Bobby Brown and Whitney Houston, though they had their problems, put out some of the best duets. “Something in Common” came out in 1992 and was a love song between the two artists.

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8. Johnny Cash & June Carter
Johnny Cash and June Carter did so well as a duo, they put out a duet album: “Johnny Cash and John Carter: Duets.” The most famous song on the album, “Jackson,” talks about getting “married in a fever.”

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7. Colbie Caillat & Jason Mraz
Never a couple, but the two perform together beautifully, as seen in the song “Lucky.” The two are great friends and though the duet performed seems to be hinting at romance, it doesn’t happen! It is a great duo though.

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6. John Travolta & Olivia Newton John
Cast as girlfriend and boyfriend, in the film “Grease,” John Travolta and Olivia Newton John rock the musical and nail “You’re The One That I Want.”

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5. Conway & Loretta
These two recorded quite a few songs together and were able to make themselves a name. Blake Shelton even refers to them in his live ballad “Honey Bee.”

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4. Tim McGraw & Faith Hill
This couple has been rocking the country music charts for years. Their most recent hit, “Meanwhile Back at Mama’s,” is sure to be another favorite.

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3. Kid Rock & Sheryl Crow
Kid Rock and Sheryl Crow were an odd couple for a while, but the ballad “Picture” put the duo on the map.

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2. Puff Daddy and Faith Evans
Puffy Daddy and Faith Evans performed “I’ll Be Missing You” as a tribute to Biggie just months after he died. Though the two were never a couple, they came together and paid tribute to someone they both loved.

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1. Beyoncé and Jay-Z
Everybody has been in a buzz about Beyonce and Jay-Z. The two have been together forever (it seems), but rumors have spread that they may break up. Good news is, we’ll always be able to remember “Drunk in Love” and, oh yes, “Crazy in Love!”

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