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Which Famous Musicians Have Amazing Musical Chemistry, And Which Ones Feel Totally Forced?

Nothing compares to Mariah Carey and Whitney Houston's chemistry.

As a humongous music fan, one of my favorite things in this magical world is when famous musicians get together and create something extremely beautiful.

Marge Simpson meme: "I just think [music collabs are] neat"

Their musical chemistry can't be denied, and it makes my heart flutter like nothing else ever could.

Mariah Carey and Whitney Houston in their "When You Believe" music video

But sometimes, there are musicians whose chemistry is pretty darn cringeworthy and almost feels forced.

Frank Sinatra and Bono in their music video for "I've Got You Under My Skin"

This made me want to ask you, dear reader: Which famous musicians have amazing musical chemistry, and which ones absolutely don't?

We're talking about artists working together in a band, singers collaborating on a duet, musicians performing together live, artists playing on each other's albums — nothing is off-limits, folks!

Maybe you've always loved Brandy and Monica's chemistry when they collaborated on "The Boy Is Mine," and nothing could ever top such a duet.

Brandy and Monica in "The Boy Is Mine" music video

Or perhaps you thought NSYNC's chemistry as a band wasn't all that strong, and anytime you watched one of their music videos, you had a hard time believing what they were giving.

Or maybe you've always loved Carole King and James Taylor's musical chemistry, especially when they played on each other's albums in the '70s and created one heck of a sound.

Taylor and King posing together in the early '70s; Taylor and King posing together in concert in the 2010s

Whoever they are, we want to know! Tell us which famous musicians have amazing musical chemistry and which ones don't (and why you think so) in the comments below.

The best submissions will be featured in a BuzzFeed Community post!