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Kelly Clarkson Covers Don Henley on “The Kelly Clarkson Show”

Ok, I’m kind of obsessed with Kelly Clarkson’s “Kellyoke” segment on “The Kelly Clarkson Show”.

I honestly don’t think there is anything that she can’t sing and make it as good or even better than the original.

The latest performance that caught my attention? Her cover of Don Henley’s “Heart of the Matter”.

Just… wow.

I’ve always loved that song, and Kelly added just the right amount of vocal gymnastics to make her version extra special.

Does she ever miss a note or go off pitch?  Is that just an scientific impossiblity for her?

Anyway, kudos to Kelly on this version of “Heart of the Matter”.  She really nailed this one to the floor.

Kelly Clarkson “What Was I Made For?”

Welp, Kelly Clarkson just went and did it again!

On today’s “Kellyoke” segment on “The Kelly Clarkson Show”, Kelly NAILED her cover of Billie Eilish’s Oscar Award-Winning  “What Was I Made For?” from the “Barbie” movie soundtrack.

I mean, Billie does a great job on the song, but Kelly killed it by using her full voice on the tune, making it sound completely different, and completely amazing.


Really, having Kelly Clarkson cover your song is a double-edged sword.

It’s an honor, but Kelly is likely going to make each song even better than the original.

I mean, hot damn. Woman can SING!

I really love watching her “Kellyoke” covers, and each day she proves what an incredible and versatile vocalist she is.

Catch “The Kelly Clarkson Show” weekdays on NBC.

Slay, girl, slayyyyyy…

Kelly Clarkson Covers Chris Stapleton

Yes, I know I post a bunch of Kellyoke on here.

But seriously, Kelly Clarkson’s covers are one of the best things on the internet right now.

In case you’re new to the party, Kelly Clarkson has a daily talk show “The Kelly Clarkson Show” on NBC, and every day she does a segment called “Kellyoke” where she and her ridiculously good band cover a different song every day.

The latest to catch my fancy?

Kelly’s version of Chris Stapleton’s Grammy Award winning “White Horse”:


I’ve said it more than once, and I’ll say it again…

HOT. DAMN.

I don’t think there is anything this woman cannot sing.

Need further pro

Check out her YouTube channel, and enjoy going down the rabbit hole.

https://www.youtube.com/@kellyclarksonshow

What should she cover next???

Kelly Clarkson Covers Tiffany “I Think We’re Alone Now”

Kelly Clarkson knocks it out of the vocal ballpark again!

First off, thank you to Tony Page Jr. for sending this to me via Facebook- he knows I’m always down for some Kellyoke action.

I always Love , Love, LOVE 80’s music, so when you put the two together, it’s an automatic win.

Check out her cover of Tiffany’s 1987 smash  “I Think We’re Alone Now” :

Ok, Kelly just nailed that one. And her band is fantastic. That drummer, though. He killed it!

What song would you like to see Kelly cover?

Kelly Clarkson “Save Me”

Ok, I admit it. I am living for “Kellyoke” these days.

Seriously, I love seeing Kelly Clarkson’s take on different songs, and she hasn’t failed us yet.

Her latest effort? Covering the Jelly Roll hit “Save Me”.

I have a thousand and three chill bumps after this.

I mean, damn, how good is that?

And Jelly Roll, naturally, was extremely impressed as well, as he expressed on his socials:

Having Kelly cover your song on her show has to be a double-edged sword, though.

It’s great that she deemed a song great enough to cover, sure, but she’ll also sing it better than anyone else ever could.

Girlfriend sets the bar HIGH.

 

What song would you like to see Kelly Clarkson cover?

Kelly Clarkson Covering Hank Jr’s “Family Tradition”

Kelly Clarkson is easily one of the best vocalists of our time, something she continues to prove on the daily with her “Kellyoke” segments on her show “The Kelly Clarkson Show”.

One of her latest cover song triumphs? Her version of Hank Williams Jr’s classic tune “Family Tradition”:

Dudeeee, she gave that song a whole new life!

 

I remember it being a karaoke staple when I was in my bar-hopping phase, but I have never heard it like this.

Can she just full-on crossover to Country now? I wouldn’t be mad at it.