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The 'Baby I' singer and the British crooner did their hit duet for their guest stint on the ABC dance show.
The clip that includes nudity follows a girl who escapes a mental facility to reunite with her boyfriend.
The 'Grace Kelly' singer has trouble penning lyrics in this clip, but soon forgets his frustration once he hits a dance club.
The singer credits internet for allowing him to approach someone whom he never be brave enough to ask out in person.
The singer wanted to make sure that her sister, who is recovering from a freak accident, wasn't left alone during the holiday.
'Paloma and the whole family feel extremely lucky and we are eternally grateful to' the people who have helped Paloma when she fell 50 feet from a window.
Following a freak fall out of a window, Paloma was taken to the Royal London Hospital, where Mika is 'utterly inconsolable' at her side.
'Mika has all the right ingredients to make a successful song. We hope he says yes,' a source from BBC says about the Lebanon-born singer's possible involvement in the competition.
Stranded in the French capital due to volcanic ash storm, the singer made sure he could get to his next tour stop by land.
Mika is robbed and beaten by several guys in this music video filmed to support a soundtrack for Aaron Johnson-starring film.
Being rewarded with the Knight in the Order of Arts honor in France, the 'Grace Kelly' hitmaker lost the medal on the same day he received it.
In this video, Mariah Carey, Miley Cyrus, Leona Lewis, Susan Boyle and many other musicians are seen answering the Haitian's plead for help by making a charity song.
The actor, who did not wear his seatbelt when the accident occurred, was thrown off the Jeep and later pronounced dead at the scene.
Leona Lewis opens the remake of R.E.M.'s song with her vocal, followed by Rod Stewart, Mika, James Blunt, Susan Boyle and many more.