Andrea Bocelli Grabs Helene Fischer's Hand For A Divine Duet

Andrea Bocelli and Helene Fischer performed a duet of "When I Fall In Love" live in 2012 and it's hard to tell who the star of the show was: Andrea, Helene, or the talented trumpet player.

The show is kicked off by David Foster who informs Andrea that he will be singing with someone he has never performed with: a lady from Germany who is all sorts of amazing and talented, Helene Fischer. David also calls to stage Chris Botti, an American trumpeter and composer.

Many artists have covered this timeless love song. Some of the more notable ones being the great Nat King Cole, Celine Dion, Clive Griffin, Rick Astley, and Donny Osmond.

It's hard to tell who was the star of the show: Andrea, Helene, or the talented trumpet player. All three musicians played their roles perfectly, it was as if the three of them had been performing together for years.

One viewer describes it perfectly in the comments:

I have always loved AB from his first album, this Helene woman is incredible and so beautiful. Unfair to give so much beauty and talent to one! The trumpet player is also magnificent! What a gorgeous blend of sounds. The orchestra totally complement and never take over. A wonderful track.

Who was the star of this performance in your opinion? Let us know in the comments and be sure to ask your friends and family who their pick is.