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‘The Flash’-‘Supergirl’ Musical Crossover Performances Ranked From Worst to Best (Photos)

“Moon River” (performed by Melissa Benoist)
Benoist gives a lovely, understated performance of the song made famous by Audrey Hepburn in “Breaktfast at Tiffany’s,” but in a high-energy episode, this one was a little sleepy

1. “Superfriends” (Performed by Grant Gustin and Melissa Benoist)
The pinnacle of the musical performances came from this original song written for the episode by “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” star Rachel Bloom, who managed to encompass the levity and comedic chemistry between Barry and Kara into one three-minute number. Fresh, adorable, funny and expertly incorporating a tap number for the duo (thank you Rachel!), this is the number that will be remember from “Duet” and rightfully so.

4. “More I Cannot Wish You” (Performed by Victor Garber, Jesse L. Martin and John Barrowman)
This “Guys and Dolls” ditty with the confusing lyrics (“sheep’s eye and licorice tooth” what?) was a highlight of the episode, mostly because of the talent performing the song together. When

2. “Runnin'” (Performed by Grant Gustin)
The only song not performed in the alternate universe, this original song from the “La La Land” songwriters was the perfect declaration of love from Barry to Iris.

2. “Runnin'” (Performed by Grant Gustin)
The only song not performed in the alternate universe, this original song from the “La La Land” songwriters was the perfect declaration of love from Barry to Iris. And it was just nice to keep the magic going for just a little while longer after everyone woke up in the real world.

Grant Gustin, Melissa Benoist, Jesse L. Martin et. al. get to show off their musical theater backgrounds and singing chops in “The Flash’s” first musical episode, “Duet,” and it’s a delight for fans of both shows and musicals. They managed to squeeze five musical numbers into the episode, and here’s our ranking of each of the performances.

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