Video: Black Eyed Peas and More Singing in 'American Idol' Finale

May 22, 2009 03:07:30 GMT

Video footage from the result show of 'American Idol' finale come out featuring Black Eyed Peas, David Cook, Jason Mraz, Keith Urban, Cyndi Lauper and Lionel Richie's performances.


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Video performances from the star-studded result show of "American Idol" finale have been found, featuring Black Eyed Peas, David Cook and many more. Black Eyed Peas shared the stage with the Top 13 girls and sang Stacy Ferguson's single "Glamorous", while David performed solo with his song "Permanent".

Other musicians rocking the May 20 result night were Jason Mraz, Keith Urban, Cyndi Lauper, Lionel Richie and Carlos Santana. Jason delivered his hit single "I'm Yours" with Anoop Desai, Alexis Grace and the rest of the Top 13, while Keith made a duet with this season's Idol winner Kris Allen, singing "Kiss the Girl".

Furthermore Cyndi collaborated with Allison Iraheta, delivering "Time After Time", and Lionel performed "All Night Long" alongside Danny Gokey. As for Carlos, he appeared with a few of the Top 13, singing "Black Magic Woman" and "Smooth".

Beside being glittered with performances from those singers, the Idol show also lined up Steve Martin, Rod Stewart, Queen and Queen Latifah as other musical guests. Steve took the mic with Megan Joy and Michael Sarver, performing the rendition of "Pretty Flowers", while Rod joined forces with the Top 13 boys in a song called "Do Ya Think I'm Sexy". Queen, on the other hand, teamed up with Adam Lambert and Kris in hit single "We Are the Champions".

Black Eyed Peas and the Top 13 girls singing "Glamorous":



David Cook singing "Permanent":



Jason Mraz and the Top 13 singing "I'm Yours":



Keith Urban and Kris Allen singing "Kiss the Girl":



Cyndi Lauper and Allison Iraheta singing "Time After Time":



Lionel Richie and Danny Gokey singing "All Night Long":



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