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Katharine McPhee and Andrea Bocelli perform Elvis’ Can’t Help Falling In Love at Hollywood Bowl

Katharine McPhee is currently out as a special guest with world-renowned Italian tenor Andrea Bocelli.

Ahead of the weekend, the tour rolled into Los Angeles for a show at the iconic Hollywood Bowl, where the two performed a stunning duet of Elvis Presley’s Can’t Help Falling In Love.

The following evening, McPhee’s husband, legendary composer David Foster, joined the duo on the piano to perform another rendition of Presley’s classic romantic melody.

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Duet: Katharine McPhee accompanied famed Italian tenor Andrea Bocelli on the Hollywood Bowl stage to perform Can't Help Falling In Love, first made famous by Elvis Presley in 1961

Duet: Katharine McPhee accompanied famed Italian tenor Andrea Bocelli on the Hollywood Bowl stage to perform Can’t Help Falling In Love, first made famous by Elvis Presley in 1961

Audiences roared with approval as McPhee took the Hollywood Bowl stage on Thursday evening, June 16, decked out in a black dress, hugging her torso and transitioning into a classic bell shape.

The full song also featured puffy off-the-shoulder sleeves that fell just past her elbows.

With her lit locks styled long and flowing, the singer and actress swapped lines with Bocelli for what can only be considered a stunning rendition of Can’t Help Falling In Love, with the help of a full orchestra behind them.

Bocelli, 63, an operatic tenor and multi-instrumentalist, showed off his vocal skills, dressed in a black patterned three-piece suit, white shirt and black bow tie.

Audience Approval: The crowd roared with approval as McPhee took to the Hollywood Bowl stage on Thursday evening, June 16, decked out in a black dress

Audience Approval: The crowd roared with approval as McPhee took to the Hollywood Bowl stage on Thursday evening, June 16, decked out in a black dress

Classic: McPhee and Bocelli swapped lines during their rendition of Can't Help Falling In Love, with the help of a full orchestra behind them

Classic: McPhee and Bocelli swapped lines during their rendition of Can’t Help Falling In Love, with the help of a full orchestra behind them

Another duet: The pair also did a duet of Bocelli's classic song The Prayer

Another duet: The pair also did a duet of Bocelli’s classic song The Prayer

The pair also did a duet of Bocelli’s classic song The Prayer, written by McPhee’s husband David Foster, who played the piano with them onstage.

The waitress star went on to deliver a solo performance of the song People from the Broadway musical Funny Girl.

The following night, on Friday, the trio teamed up again for a private event to raise money and publicize the Andrea Bocelli Foundation and The Women’s Alzheimer’s Movement.

Solo Performance: The Waitress star went on to deliver a solo performance of the song People from the Broadway musical Funny Girl

Solo Performance: The Waitress star went on to deliver a solo performance of the song People from the Broadway musical Funny Girl

All the glory: Foster, McPhee and Bocelli triumphantly lifted their hangs together after their performance, which was greeted with loud applause from the audience

All the glory: Foster, McPhee and Bocelli triumphantly lifted their hangs together after their performance, which was greeted with loud applause from the audience

Poured over with love: the trio made their way to the front of the stage to thank the audience

Poured over with love: the trio made their way to the front of the stage to thank the audience

On the way: The Hollywood Bowl show is part of Bocelli's tour in support of his seventeenth studio album, Believe (2020)

On the way: The Hollywood Bowl show is part of Bocelli’s tour in support of his seventeenth studio album, Believe (2020)

McPhee gave her 897,000 Instagram fans and followers a glimpse of the event when she posted a clip of the three performances Can’t help falling in love again.

“My favorite duet partner.” the American Idol alum, 38, gushed in the caption, before adding: ‘Last night the three of us had an intimate show…I @andreabocelliofficial & @davidfoster raised money & awareness for @andreabocellifoundation & @mariashriver’s foundation @ women’s salz movement’

Bocelli is currently on tour in support of Believe, his seventeenth studio album which was released in November 2020.

For a Good Cause: The night after the Hollywood Bowl performance, McPhee, Bocelli and Foster teamed up for a private event to raise money and awareness for the Andrea Bocelli Foundation and The Women's Alzheimer's Movement

For a Good Cause: The night after the Hollywood Bowl performance, McPhee, Bocelli and Foster teamed up for a private event to raise money and awareness for the Andrea Bocelli Foundation and The Women’s Alzheimer’s Movement

Exciting rendition: with Foster on piano, McPhee and Bocelli delivered another beautiful rendition of Can't Help Falling In Love

Exciting rendition: with Foster on piano, McPhee and Bocelli delivered another beautiful rendition of Can’t Help Falling In Love

Stylin': The film and Broadway star showcased her fashion sense in a shimmering, off-white skirt and corset combination that showcased her fit figure

Stylin’: The film and Broadway star showcased her fashion sense in a shimmering, off-white skirt and corset combination that showcased her fit figure

Touring Together: McPhee is currently a special guest on Bocelli's Believe tour

Touring Together: McPhee is currently a special guest on Bocelli’s Believe tour

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