Stevie’s Not So Wonderful Duets

Aidin Vaziri | Stevie Wonder’s performance with the Jonas Brothers was one of the most cringe-inducing moments of this year’s Grammys – which is saying a lot. But it wasn’t the first time the Motown veteran has paired up with a dubious musical collaborator. Here are some of Wonder’s worst offenses:


— “Ebony and Ivory,” with Paul McCartney
— “My Love,” with Julio Iglesias
— “Used to Be,” with Charlene
— “Just Good Friends,” with Michael Jackson
— “For Once in My Life,” with Tony Bennett
— “Deuce,” with Lenny Kravitz
— “Been Through the Storm,” with Busta Rhymes
— “Canzoni Stonate,” with Andrea Bocelli
— “Sir Duke,” with Neil Diamond
— “If I Were a Carpenter,” with Bobby Darin

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