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Chloe x Halle Did a Perfect Medley of These Taylor Swift and Kelly Clarkson Classics
This is the kind of magic That's My Jam creates on a weekly basis. Are you watching?
If you're not watching NBC's That's My Jam, then you're seriously missing out. The game show takes musical challenges made popular on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon and puts them center stage. Each week, celebrities step up to the plate and surrender themselves to whatever singing scenario is thrown their way. Some are whacky. Some are mind-blowing. All of them are impressive.
In the case of Chloe and Halle Bailey, a.k.a Chloe x Halle, they were tasked on the April 17 show with a little round of "Mixtape Medley Showdown." The rules of the game are simple enough: Two Contestants sing head-to-head a batch of tracks with a specific theme. Chloe x Halle were given breakup anthems, everything from "Survivor" by Destiny's Child to "Since U Been Gone" by Kelly Clarkson and Taylor Swift's "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together." And they crushed it.
Watch their medley for yourself, below.
Chloe and Halle Bailey have been busy this year. Chloe just released a new film for Peacock titled Praise This, which, per its official description, is a "cinematic musical event set in the world of Atlanta’s competitive gospel youth choir praise teams. A young woman with dreams of being a musical superstar, Sam, is forced to join her cousin’s struggling underdog praise team in the lead up to a national competition."
"I love this film," Chloe told The Voice Host Carson Daly. in an interview. "Just like The Voice, it's very competitive. We're competing and singing and all that good stuff. And there's a little bit of drama and tea in there for ya!"
In an interview for the movie with The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Chloe, who's originally from Atlanta, revealed, “We shot this in Atlanta and I got to move back to my hometown for three months. It was so nostalgic and exciting at the same time. I got to see some of my favorite spots growing up. I got to pass churches I knew and we even shot in some churches I had visited before.”
Meanwhile, Halle plays Ariel in the highly-anticipated live-action version of The Little Mermaid, in theaters May 26, 2023. She stars alongside Melissa McCarthy as Ursula, Awkwafina as the voice of Scuttle, Jacob Tremblay as the voice of Flounder, and Javier Bardem as King Triton.