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Another 'Idol' alum Kelly Clarkson is allegedly also close to signing on to return to the singing competition series as a judge.
A source says the show's producers 'are looking into making him [Mars] an offer very soon,' while J-Hud is among former Idols who are being discussed for the role.
Certified superstars sing in duets with season twelve's top finalists during Day 2 of the big 'Idol' finale.
Barbra Streisand and Norah Jones also showcase their impeccable vocals on the Sunday's Academy Awards night.
The three past Oscar winners will perform in a special Oscars tribute to movie musicals during the awards ceremony on Sunday, February 24.
Keys sings the national anthem 'Star-Spanled Banner' before the game, while Hudson delivers a touching rendition of 'America the Beautiful' with Sandy Hook Elementary School Chorus.
'I will absolutely be singing live,' Beyonce Knowles promises when attending a press conference for the highly-anticipated NFL game on Sunday, February 3.
Keys rocks the president's official inaugural ball in Washington D.C. on January 21 with her renditions of 'New Day' and 'Girl on Fire', while Hudson sings 'Let's Stay Together'.
Looking naturally fresh, Simpson and Hudson gush on the healthy impacts of the weight loss program to their lives in the commercial, which will start airing on January 3.
The 'American Idol' alum will share a new sneak peek of 'Smash' season 2 during her mentoring stint on the NBC singing competition.
Hudson and Seal will join some Norwegian artists at the celebration concert a day after the prestigious prize is awarded.
The 'My Heart Will Go On' hitmaker will celebrate the life and legacy of the late singer in 'I Will Always Love You: A GRAMMY Salute to Whitney Houston'.
'We Will Always Love You: A GRAMMY Salute to Whitney Houston' will be taped on October 11 at the Nokia Theatre to be broadcast on a later date.
Earth, Wind and Fire are also set to deliver a musical performance at the fundraising gig to be held in L.A. on October 7.
'Someone's always waiting to take you down, honey,' the 'Spotlight' singer says in a new preview for NBC's primetime line-up.