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After winning Oscar for his 'Selma' soundtrack, the 'All of Me' crooner will create music for a movie starring nine-time Grammy winner Miguel.
The parody video of the pups' wedding is aimed to raise money to renovate the auditorium of South High School in Legend's hometown, Springfield, Ohio.
The two singers, who re-recorded the 'In the Lonely Hour' song as the official Red Nose Day 2015 single, reunited to sing it live for the first time during 'Comic Relief - Face the Funny' event.
The version performed by West during an event in 2003 featured him rhyming over the piano by Legend, who also delivered an original chorus.
The compilation that's accompanying the upcoming Broadway musical 'Finding Neverland' will also feature contributions from the musical's stars including Matthew Morrison and Kelsey Grammer.
The song is actually a cover of Swedish pop band Tokio Hotel and would be featured in Kelly's seventh studio album 'Piece by Piece'.
Shortly after bringing tears to the eyes of stars like David Oyelowo and Chris Pine with their rendition of the 'Selma' track, Common and Legend accepted the Best Original Song trophy.
The piano-driven ballad also features a recording of a phone conversation between the Detroit native and his grandmother who passed away late last year.
After calling West's stage invasion 'funny,' the 'All of Me' singer says that he doesn't agree with the rapper's rant about how Beck doesn't deserve the Album of the Year Award.
Teigen was 'in trouble' after she blurted that she had sex with her husband at the White House, and she looked uncomfortable when asked about Kanye West's Grammy interruption of Beck.
The 'All of Me' crooner says of Kanye's stunt at the Grammy Awards, 'I looked at it as just a funny thing that people were going to talk about.'
Kanye West, Kim Kardashian, John Legend and Chrissy Teigen were in Phoenix, Arizona for the Super Bowl and had a fun night as seen in some photos they posted on Instagram.
The duo joins previously-announced Oscar performer Adam Levine at the upcoming awards show airing on February 22.
In a new photo for GQ Magazine, the Sports Illustrated model, whose body is only covered by soap bubbles, plays in the bathtub as her husband enjoys a glass of champagne.
The 'Let It Go' singer will belt out 'The Star-Spangled Banner' before the big game, while the 'All of Me' hitmaker will perform 'America the Beautiful'.