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Kristin Chenoweth And Lea Michele Team Up For An Epic 'Wicked' Duet

Watch the Broadway divas perform 'For Good' together.

On Saturday night (June 21), living Broadway legend and font of ever-flowing perkiness Kristin Chenoweth was inducted into the Hollywood Bowl Hall of Fame, along with Pink Martini and The Go-Go's. After performing "I Could Have Danced All Night" from "My Fair Lady" and "Popular" from "Wicked" -- Chenoweth originated the role of Glinda on Broadway, FYI -- the honoree was joined onstage by "Glee" star Lea Michele to duet another selection from the "Wizard Of Oz"-inspired musical, "For Good."

Before they began to sing, Michele recounted what an inspirational figure Chenoweth has been to her, not to mention what a joy she was to work with on "Glee." The "Cannonball" singer also shared a story about how Chenoweth comforted her following the passing of her late boyfriend, Cory Monteith: "Last summer, I got an email from Kristin, and she said that 'Music will heal everything.' And at the time, I really didn't quite get how that could be possible, but it really did. And so, a year later, to be here on this stage singing with her is such a blessing and such an honor."

And you thought you were gonna get through Sunday without shedding a single tear, didn't you?

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