Jason Aldean, Jimmie Allen + More Join ‘American Idol’ All-Star Duets Round

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Written by Lauren Laffer
Jason Aldean, Jimmie Allen + More Join ‘American Idol’ All-Star Duets Round
NASHVILLE, TN - SEPTEMBER 07: Country artist Jason Aldean performs at Bridgestone Arena on September 7, 2018 in Nashville, Tennessee. (Photo by Jason Kempin/Getty Images)

Stars including Jason Aldean and Jimmie Allen will lend their voices to the upcoming American Idol All-Star Duets Round. The hit ABC show is partnering up their Top 24 contestants with a star-studded list of performers, Billboard reports.

In addition to Aldean and Allen, Katharine McPhee, Tori Kelly, Ben Rector, Joss Stone, Brian McKnight, Jewel, Incubus singer Brandon Boyd, Maroon 5’s PJ Morton, Josh Groban and Ryan Tedder will all be featured.


Set to air on April 4, the Top 24 contestants will sing with their famous counterparts in an effort to make it to the Top 16 live shows, which begin on April 11.

Aldean’s current single “Blame It On You” is currently climbing the country radio charts. The track is the latest song off his Number One selling album, 9. Allen is back at radio with his Brad Paisley- collab, “Freedom Was A Highway.” The song is from his Bettie James EP, which includes duets with Noah Cyrus, Mickey Guyton and others. He’ll soon release his first children’s book, My Voice is a Trumpet.

Watch American Idol’s All Star Duets and Solos, featuring judges Luke Bryan, Lionel Richie and Katy Perry, on April 4 (8:00-10:00 p.m. ET) and April 5 (8:00-10:00 p.m. ET) on ABC. Episodes will be available the following day on Hulu.