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R&B Singers Kenny Lattimore and Chanté Moore to Perform on Y&R

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Two of today's most distinctive song stylists, Kenny Lattimore and Chanté Moore, will perform the duet "When I Said I Do" at Victoria Rowell (Dru) and Kristoff St. John's (Neil) wedding on "The Young and the Restless," which will be broadcast Monday and Tuesday, December 22 and 23 on CBS.

Written by Clint Black, "When I Said I Do" was originally recorded by Black and his wife Lisa Hartman Black. The song was nominated for an Academy of Country Music Award and a Country Music Association Award. Kenny Lattimore and Chanté Moore have been touring and promoting their newly released combined CD called "The Things That Lovers Do" which is a collection of classic love songs.

Additionally, cult favorite George Takei ("Star Trek") will portray Reverend Daniel Tanaka, the minister who officiates at Dru and Neil's spectacular Japanese-inspired wedding. Takei is best known for his portrayal of Mr. Sulu in the acclaimed television and film series "Star Trek."

"The Young and the Restless," the number one rated daytime drama for the past 776 weeks, recently celebrated its 30th anniversary. It is broadcast weekdays on the CBS Television Network. It is produced by Bell Dramatic Serial Company in association with Sony Pictures Television.

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