If Blake Shelton and his fellow Voice coach Shakira can duet, why can't American Idol judges Keith Urban and Jennifer Lopez do the same?
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Though absolutely nothing has been announced in the media, word is traveling fast that a collaboration between Urban and J-Lo could be inevitable.
Here's how this whole thing got started:
Lopez recently did an interview with PopCrush.com and revealed she is a "big country music fan." I mean, she gave a review of country music almost as glowing as that beautiful face of hers, gushing, "I love country music. I would say, you know, besides hip-hop, country is one of my favorite genres. I love it. I love the storytelling in country music. I love the lyrics."
Well, we love that you love our little format so much, J-Lo. And it's hard not to love Urban, so it's easy to see how working with him would be a dream scenario for any artist.
She went on to clarify her position on the matter by saying, "We haven't talked about doing a country song together, but we've talked about performing together." However, she added, "Maybe we should! Maybe that would be a good idea."
Shelton is featured with Shakira on her new tune "Medicine." She also worked songwriter Hillary Lindsey and producer Mark Bright, both a part of the Carrie Underwood dream team, on the track.
And before his collaboration with Shakira, there was Shelton's duet with Christina Aguilera, another coach from The Voice, "Just a Fool."
So, come on, Keith Urban and J-Lo! What's the holdup?