Jennifer Garner Is Teaming Up with Andrea Bocelli for an All-New Duet

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Jennifer Garner is a woman of many talents, including acting, cooking and…singing?

The Alias alum, 47, is teaming up with Andrea Bocelli for a duet on Sì Forever: The Diamond Edition, which is an extended special edition of opera singer’s latest album.

Garner is going to be featured in both the English and the Italian versions of a song named “Dormi Dormi Lullaby.” The track is inspired by the chorale “Jesus bleibetmeine Freude,” which is from the Cantata BWV 147 by J.S. Bach. (For those who aren’t familiar, it’s one of the few arrangements that has arias for all four solo voices.)

Sì Forever: The Diamond Edition is scheduled to hit shelves on November 8, so we still have quite a bit of time until the highly anticipated duet debuts. Nevertheless, this isn’t the first time that Garner has showed off her vocal chops.

In early 2001, the actress performed “Since I Fell for You” as her character, Sydney Bristow, in the first season of Alias. In 2006, she sang “My Heart Is So Full of You” for Unexpected Dreams—Songs from the Stars, which is a celebrity compilation album.

Fast forward to 2016, and the actress recorded “Doin’ It (All for My Baby)” for the soundtrack of Mother’s Day, which starred Garner (duh), Jennifer Aniston, Kate Hudson, Julia Roberts, Jason Sudeikis and Timothy Olyphant.

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