WATCH: Jimmy Fallon and Kelly Clarkson sing history of duets

WATCH: Jimmy Fallon and Kelly Clarkson Sing History of Duets
WATCH: Jimmy Fallon and Kelly Clarkson Sing History of Duets

Kelly Clarkson is pretty amazing at singing duets. Remember her beautiful country hit "Don't You Wanna Stay" with Jason Aldean? Yeah, incredible.

But she took her duet skills to a whole new level Monday on the "Tonight Show" with Jimmy Fallon.

"Don't you want me baby? Baby, you could never look me in the eye, yeah, you buckle with the weight of the words," sang Jimmy Fallon and Kelly Clarkson on the "Tonight Show."

That's right, Kelly and Jimmy tackled a pretty extensive history of pop duets during their little number, including Elton John and Kiki Dee, Sonny and Cher and even Paula Abdul and MC Skat Kat.

And we finally witnessed a vocal impression Jimmy just couldn't nail - Aaron Neville.

"I know the years are showing," sang Jimmy.

That's a swing and a miss there, Jimmy. A swing and a miss. But at least Kelly helped him totally rock the rest of the duets.

And pretty much everyone loved it. Just Jared called the medley "epic."

And a writer for Uproxx claimed, "It's either everything you love or hate about a Fallon segment."

Well, if Kelly still sounds this amazing singing other people's songs, we can't wait to dig into her newest album. "Piece by Piece" will be available in stores and online Tuesday. (Video via RCA Records / Kelly Clarkson)

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