Flashback to when Scotty McCreery and Lauren Alaina combined voices to wow everyone on “American Idol”

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“American Idol” has provided us with many magical musical moments in its run, and few were more special than this.

Before they were stars, Scotty McCreery and Lauren Alaina were just two kids chasing down a dream on “American Idol.” In addition to both being country singers, they were teenagers only a year apart. As the competition wore on and the field whittled down, these two remained.

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On the last day of March in 2011, they paired up for a duet of “I Told You So.” First written and released by Randy Travis long before either of them were born, the two teens were much more aware of Carrie Underwood’s version that appeared on her album “Carnival Ride,” which she did with Randy Travis during her “American Idol” days.

Lauren and Scotty were a match made in heaven. Their voices effortlessly harmonized together like the fingers of two hands holding. Both singing with such passion and emotion, it was almost unfathomable to see the two baby faces producing such superstar vocals. Yet there they were, right in front of our eyes.

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To no one’s surprise they were the two left standing at the end of the competition with Scotty eventually taking the crown and Lauren finishing as the runner-up.

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