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Alicia Keys Is Top Wedding Singer in Online Poll

July 17, 2010 (7:13 am) GMT
The pregnant singer has topped a poll, in which people were asked which singing superstar they'd want to serenade them during their first dance, beating out Taylor Swift and Bon Jovi.

has been named the top wedding singer in an online poll. Visitors to WENN were asked which singing superstar they'd want to serenade them during their first dance, and more than a third of voters opted for the pregnant Grammy Award winner.

The "No One" hitmaker, who is busy planning her own wedding to fiance , claimed 35 per cent of the vote, ahead of with 22 per cent. Rock legends came in third with 19 per cent, ahead of and . Music fans would need deep pockets to book any of these superstars for real - chart-toppers can charge between $100,000 and $1 million for a private performance.

The top wedding singer poll aside, Alicia Keys has now parted ways from her longtime manager Jeff Robinson. In a joint statement released on Friday, July 16, it is revealed, "Jeff Robinson, CEO of MBK Entertainment Inc., and 12 time Grammy Award winner Alicia Keys have decided to change the structure of their business relationship. Robinson and Keys will continue to collaborate and produce future albums together through MBK/J Records while Alicia will now oversee all aspects of her own personal career."

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