Kelly Clarkson was overcome with emotion during her latest “Kellyoke” segment. The singer has been making headlines for her covers. Fans are holding their breaths for a cover album. However, Kelly revealed that she has written over 60 songs in quarantine. This comes amid her divorce from Brandon Blackstock. She has found the songwriting process
Kelly Clarkson stunned fans with her cover of Lady Gaga’s “Poker Face.” On Friday, February 19, she performed the song during the “Kellyoke” segment of her hit daytime show. Kelly gave an energy-filled rendition of the popular track. “Poker Face” was featured on Gaga’s second studio album, The Fame. The international popstar released it as
Kelly Clarkson did it again. She successfully performed one of No Doubt’s hottest songs during her “Kellyoke” segment. On Monday, February 15, the singer-songwriter and her band, Y’all, covered No Doubt’s song “Just a Girl” on The Kelly Clarkson Show. She gave a unique twist to the 1995 hit. Kelly’s vocals were on display throughout
Kelly Clarkson continues to impress fans with her “Kellyoke” segments. Recently, she covered Willie Nelson’s Blue Eyes Crying in the Rain. In case you didn’t know, one lucky audience member chooses which song Kelly performs at the start of her show. She got to show off her country music chops once again. On Wednesday, February,
Kelly Clarkson has become known for her “Kellyoke” segments. Fans wish she would release a cover album. But it would probably have a long tracklist. Kelly has covered several songs and genres. In case you don’t know, an audience member requests a song for Kelly to sing at the beginning of each show. On the
Kelly Clarkson had plenty of sass in her latest “Kellyoke” segments. She recently performed The Chicks’ “Sin Wagon” on the latest episode of The Kelly Clarkson Show. The “Because Of You” singer has been making headlines for her electrifying covers on the daytime talk show. She also covered Fleetwood Mac’s “Dreams.” These performances are just
Pop diva, Kelly Clarkson, has been a household name since she took the American Idol crown back in 2002. Eighteen years later the songstress has an amazing song collection that includes popular Christmas bop, Underneath the Tree. Will the popularity of this fan-loved holiday tune boost it towards ‘Christmas Classic’ status? Some fans think it just might.