'American Idol' Reveals Which Superstars Will Duet With Finalists

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Stars and producers of ABC's American Idol talk about the show at a press event.

American Idol's return is only a week away, and as fans know, the singing competition series attracts some serious star power. Currently, Idol is trying to lock down well-known artists to duet with the Top 24 contestants, according to Variety.

So far, the ABC series has tapped "Despacito" hitmaker and Latin star Luis Fonsi; up-and-coming artist Bebe Rexha; country star Cam; veteran R&B singer Toni Braxton; and Train frontman and Broadway star Pat Monahan.

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Plus, Katy Perry, Luke Bryan, Lionel Richie, and Ryan Seacrest weigh in on the revival.

Plus, make sure to look out for singers Andy Grammer, Allen Stone and Glee star Lea Michelle. Each pro will reportedly sing songs with two different contestants.

In Idol's first iteration on Fox, the show was also known for its "mentors" who changed every week and provided guidance, tips and support to each contestant. So far with the new season on ABC, Bobby Bones as signed on to mentor the Top 24.

American Idol, Season Premiere, Sunday, March 11, 8/7c, ABC

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