1.

“Deliver It All to Me” by Blaque and JC Chasez


Columbia

Why you most likely forgot about it: Since you’re nonetheless most likely attempting to overlook about JC speaking about his saggy denims and “thug attraction.”

2.

“The place You Are” by Nick Lachey and Jessica Simpson


Columbia

Why you most likely forgot about it: As a result of they have been damaged up for 20 years now and apparently do not even discuss anymore. Like having dinner together with your divorced mother and father…it is awkward.

3.

“Might I Have This Kiss Eternally” by Whitney Houston and Enrique Iglesias


Interscope

Why you most likely forgot about it: As a result of the final time you most likely heard it was 20 years in the past in your mother’s minivan.

4.

“What Goals Are Made Of (Ballad Model)” by fictional pop stars Paolo and Isabella


Disney

Why you most likely forgot about it: As a result of the ballad model would not get the justice it deserves.

5.

“Music of My Coronary heart” by NSYNC and Gloria Estefan


Miramax

Why you most likely forgot about it: Since you clearly do not give a shit about music schooling!! JK…it was simply sort of forgettable.

6.

“Inform Him” by Celine Dion and Barbra Streisand


Columbia

Why you most likely forgot about it: As a result of solely homosexual males and sixtysomething girls understand it exists.

7.

“Damaged” by Seether and Amy Lee


The Bicycle Music Firm

Why you most likely forgot about it: As a result of it means you most likely did not undergo a parachute pants section.

8.

“Sometime We’ll Know” by Mandy Moore and Jonathan Foreman


Warner Bros.

Why you most likely forgot about it: Since you’re overdue for a rewatch of A Stroll to Keep in mind.

9.

“Two Is Higher Than One” by Boys Like Women and Taylor Swift


Sony Music/Columbia

Why you most likely forgot about it: As a result of Taylor did not even trouble to point out up for the music video!

10.

“I am Gonna Make You Love Me” by Play and Chris Trousdale


Columbia

Why you most likely forgot about it: As a result of your mother and father did not have the Disney Channel.

11.

“Due to You” by Reba McEntire and Kelly Clarkson


UMG Recordings

Why you most likely forgot about it: As a result of, for some cause, you are not a Reba stan.

12.

“No one Needs to Be Lonely” by Ricky Martin and Christina Aguilera


Columbia

Why you most likely forgot about it: The music video seems to be like a George Lucas–created CGI nightmare.

13.

“Let’s Make Love” by Religion Hill and Tim McGraw


Warner Bros. Nashville

Why you most likely forgot about it: As a result of out of all of the Tim-Religion duets, it is essentially the most underrated.

14.

“Over and Over” by Nelly and Tim McGraw


Motown

Why you most likely forgot about it: As a result of there are simply *so many* country-rap collabs, how might you presumably sustain with all of them?

15.

“Who Says You Cannot Come Residence” by Bon Jovi and Jennifer Nettles


Larry Busacca / Getty Pictures

Why you most likely forgot about it: Since you did not hearken to Delilah or watch the VH1 Prime 20 countdown in 2005.

16.

“On the Line” by Lance Bass, Joey Fatone, Mandy Moore, and BBMak


Tapestry Movies

Why you most likely forgot about it: As a result of three folks noticed the film On the Line, and two of these folks had been in NSYNC.

17.

“What’s Going On?” by like 100 artists (the All Star Tribute)


Columbia/Sony

Why you most likely forgot about it: As a result of they by no means actually performed it on the radio; it was extra of a TRL factor.

18.

“N 2 Gether” by Limp Bizkit and Methodology Man


Interscope

Why you most likely forgot about it: When was the final time you even thought of Limp Bizkit and Methodology Man individually, not to mention collectively?

19.

“Rise & Fall” by Sting and Craig David


Warner Music UK

Why you most likely forgot about it: ‘Trigger you have not considered Sting’s “Desert Rose” in 15 years, a lot much less this duet.

20.

“Take Me There” by Mýa, Blackstreet, Blinky Blink, and Mase


Interscope

Why you most likely forgot about it: As a result of, sadly, all of those singers are irrelevant now.

21.

“Thank God I Discovered You” by Mariah Carey, 98 Levels, and Joe


Columbia

Why you most likely forgot about it: As a result of Mariah’s discography is so iconic that we might discuss her hits, not to mention No. 1s, all day.

22.

“Towards All Odds” by Mariah Carey and Westlife


Columbia

Why you most likely forgot about it: Since you most likely did not even understand it existed within the first place. Additionally, for these of you right here in the USA, I will prevent a Google search and allow you to know that Westlife is a late-’90s Irish boy band.

23.

“Area Cowboy (Yippie-Yi-Yay)” by NSYNC and Lisa “Left Eye” Lopes


Jive Information

Why you most likely forgot about it: Effectively, tbh, that is an NSYNC traditional…so if it, you actually understand it.

24.

“All I Have” by Jennifer Lopez and LL Cool J


Epic

Why you most likely forgot about it: As a result of the Ja Rule–J.Lo duets had been simply higher.

25.

“Can I Have It Like That” by Pharrell and Gwen Stefani


Star Trak

Why you most likely forgot about it: As a result of…it wasn’t superb. No offense, however this simply felt like a Neptunes throwaway observe.

26.

“Tilt Ya Head Again” by Nelly and Christina Aguilera


Common

Why you most likely forgot about it: As a result of it fell right into a bizarre hole between “Dirrty”-era Xtina and Again to Fundamentals–period Christina. It is a type of songs I listened to as soon as in 2004 and by no means once more.

27.

“I Know What You Need” by Busta Rhymes and Mariah Carey, feat. the Flipmode Squad


Epic

Why you most likely forgot about it: As a result of you don’t have any style! JKJKJKJK. However actually, I do really feel dangerous for those who forgot about this Mariah traditional!

28.

“Breathe” by Blu Cantrell and Sean Paul


Arista

Why you most likely forgot about it: As a result of Blu is greater than a one-hit marvel…she had two hits! And to be sincere, “Hit ‘Em Up Model (Oops!)” overshadowed this observe.

29.

“All Cried Out” by Attract and 112


Columbia

Why you most likely forgot about it: Since you most likely have not heard it since your seventh-grade college dance.

30.

“Get together for Two” by Shania Twain and Billy Currington


Mercury Nashville

Why you most likely forgot about it: Since you don’t love iconic nation duets, prob.

31.

“Cupid’s Chokehold” by the Health club Class Heroes and Patrick Stump


Fueled by Ramen

Why you most likely forgot about it: As a result of who’s searching for Travie McCoy in 2020? Once more, no offense.