Chloe and Halle Bailey are both proving that they are just as potent as solo artists as they are as a duo. Chlöe has battled haters and poor record sales to make waves on her debut tour. Meanwhile, Halle is preparing for her breakout film role, as the May 26 release of The Little Mermaid grows closer.
However, the two sisters took time out of their schedules to appear on That’s My Jam, the musical game show spin-off of The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon. The show’s concept is very simple – celebrity teams face off in a variety of musical challenges with Jimmy Fallon hosting the proceedings. In its second season, the show’s most recent episode pitted the sisters against one another. Chlöe was paired up with Adam Lambert, while Halle joined forces with actor Simu Liu.
Chloe And Halle Take On Breakup Song Medley
The highlight of the episode for many fans was the “Mixtape Medley Showdown”, contested by the two sisters. In the segment, contestants must compete in a jukebox-esque sing-off within a certain genre or musical theme. The chosen “mixtape” was breakup songs and things were off to the races. Chloe opened proceedings with the Destiny Child’s classic Survivor, which Halle countered with Avril Lavigne’s Complicated. The sisters were clearly in high spirits, but it was evident both wanted to win. Chloe’s second song was Dilemma by Nelly ft. Kelly Rowland, which was followed by Halle taking on Carrie Underwood’s Before He Cheats.
With neither sister giving an inch, Chloe gave a fantastic rendition of Fleetwood Mac’s Go Your Own Way before Halle paid homage to the honorary mayor of Tampa with Taylor Swift’s We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together. As things ramped up, Chloe belted out Olivia Rodrigo’s Good 4 You, and Halle closed things out with Since You’ve Been Gone by Kelly Clarkson. In a sweet moment, Chloe joined in to harmonize on the Clarkson banger. Halle and Simu would eventually go on to be named the winners of the episode. However, who do you think won the Mixtape Medley Showdown? Let us know in the comments below.