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  • Jason Derulo and Jordin Sparks perform onstage during Clear Channel's presentation of an exclusive performance and album release party with Jason Derulo as part of the iHeartRadio Live series at the iHeartRadio Theater on April 15, 2014 in Burbank, California. (Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images for Clear Channel)

    Season 6 "American Idol" winner Jordin Sparks made a surprise appearance during the iHeartRadio Album Release Party With Jason Derulo on Tuesday night.

    The singer and "Sparkle" actress joined her boyfriend on stage to perform their duet, "Vertigo," from his new album, "Talk Dirty," which was released Tuesday.

    [Related: 'Marry Me' and 'Wiggle': The True Stories Behind Jason Derulo's Latest Tracks]

    Before singing the song, Derulo announced that a "very special lady" would be joining him. After the first verse, Sparks made her entrance —  looking spectacular in a floaty, pink dress with her hair styled in long, curly locks — as the crowd cheered.

    Sparks walked right up to Derulo and sang into his eyes, caressing his face while crooning the seductive lyrics, "The way that you please me sets this room on fire."



    Derulo blushed and initially stood frozen, watching her sing. After the performance, he kissed her affectionately on the neck before they joked about their relationship with Clear

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    "The Voice" Season 6 Playoffs wrapped Tuesday night with semifinals performances by Team Usher — meaning that now, finally, we have our top 12 headed to the Live Playoffs that begin next week.

    It's a bit of a bummer, after so many weeks of Blind Auditions, Battle Rounds, more Battle Rounds, and non-live Playoffs, that the live shows will only go on for five weeks — with double eliminations every week between now and the finale. But you know what else is a bummer? When Usher made his decision this Tuesday as to which three contestants to send to those live shows, he made one glaring omission.

    [Related: Season 2's Jamar Rogers Dishes About the Season 6 Playoffs]

    Sure, this was a tough call; with really no weak links on Usher's team, it was inevitable that he'd be sending home two great vocalists, even if he drew their names out of his raccoon hat. But maybe he should have pulled names out of a hat. Because then, maybe, Stevie Jo would have stayed.

    Sorry for the spoiler only three

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