These GRAMMYs Odd Couples Prove Music Can Bring Anyone Together

Grace Jones and Alice Cooper

Grace Jones and Alice Cooper

There’s more makeup on these two than on a Maybelline commercial set, and we don’t hate it. (1984)
Rodney Dangerfield and Cyndi Lauper

Rodney Dangerfield and Cyndi Lauper

Rocking some head-to-toe color are comedian Rodney Dangerfield and singer Cyndi Lauper. Maybe they have more in common than they think. (1984)
Queen Latifah and Al Gore

Queen Latifah and Al Gore

A politician and an R&B singer? Who’d have thought it? They seem to be having fun, though. (2007)
Michael Buble and Teri Hatcher

Michael Buble and Teri Hatcher

Who knows, maybe Michael Buble will write a song about his new actress friend Teri Hatcher. (2006)
Aretha Franklin and Bonnie Raitt

Aretha Franklin and Bonnie Raitt

They may sing completely different genres of music, but it’s a pairing we oddly love. (2003)
Rod Stewart and Harvey Fierstein

Rod Stewart and Harvey Fierstein

We wonder if they’ll be any hair spray to spare after Rod Stewart and Harvey Fierstein are done. (2003)
Steven Tyler and Smokey Robinson

Steven Tyler and Smokey Robinson

Steven Tyler brings the rock and Smokey Robinson brings the soul. (2014)
Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting and Keith Urban

Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting and Keith Urban

These attractive blondes may have little in common but they don’t seem to mind. (2013)
Taylor Swift and… a bunny?

Taylor Swift and… a bunny?

This pairing is a little unusual, but Taylor Swift can do no wrong. (2013)