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Zooey Deschanel and Joseph Gordon-Levitt Make Adorable Duet of 'New Year' Song

December 30, 2011 (2:20 am) GMT
The 'New Girl' actress and the 'Dark Knight Rises' actor, who once shared screen in '500 Days of Summer', reunite in the viral clip, singing 'What Are You Doing New Year's Eve?' together.
Zooey Deschanel and Joseph Gordon-Levitt Make Adorable Duet of 'New Year' Song

and team up for a cute duet to wish their fans a Happy New Year. The "" co-stars croon a rendition of classic holiday tune "What Are You Doing New Year's Eve?". The actress who dons a white dress with a tiara is seen strumming an ukulele, while the actor who wears a suit is playing guitar.

"I have known Joe Gordon-Levitt for going on 12 years," the member of music duo wrote on her official blog HelloGiggles. "We first met in the summer of 2000 while doing a tiny movie called 'Manic', where we bonded over a mutual appreciation for Harry Nilsson and Nina Simone and I have been lucky enough to call him one of my dearest friends ever since."

The "" star, who just split from her frontman husband Ben Gibbard, continued, "When we did '500 Days of Summer' 8 years later, we spent every lunch hour dancing to in the hair and make up trailer; we had loads of fun. I hope to do a thousand more movies with him because he's simply the best. But in the meantime, we made a little New Year's duet for all of you!"



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