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Kelly Clarkson Covers Miranda Lambert’s “Tin Man”

Well, Kelly Clarkosn has gone and done it again.

Every weekday on her “Kelly Clarkson Show” talk show, she does a segment called “Kellyoke” where she covers another artist’s song, and turns them into her own.

This week, she did a cover of Miranda Lambert’s “Tin Man” – one of Miranda’s best in my opinon- and just completely owned it.

As per usual.

How gorgeous was that? “Tin Man” is one of those songs that no matter where you are at in life, when you hear it, it just stops you in your tracks and makes you want to cry. Truly masterful songwriting, and Kelly definitely did the vocals justice.


Here’s another fantastic cover Kelly did this week of one of Shania Twain’s biggest hits:

Just beautiful.

Can Kelly finally drop an actual Country album, please?

If Beyonce did it, then, hell, Kelly sure deserves to!

Also, I want her to cover Metallica’s “Nothing Else Matters.”

Can we make that happen as well?

Catch “The Kelly Clarkson Show” weekdays on NBC.

Miranda Lambert Shames Selfie-Taking Fans

You know I’m a HUGE Miranda Lambert fan, and I love pretty much everything she does.

This week, she’s making the internet rounds for recently shaming some fans for taking selfies at one of Las Vegas shows.

Ok, I get it. For an artist, I’m sure it’s annoying to see people NOT paying attention to the show that you worked so hard to put together, and we all know Miranda isn’t afraid to speak her mind!

That being said, these fans DID pay for their tickets, so don’t they have a right to take selfies during her show?  I mean, they aren’t really causing a disruption or doing anything wrong… did they really deserve to be called out?

Oh, and here’s the photo that was taken:

I mean, obviously they are big fans, since they’re at her Velvet Rodeo Residency, right?

My beef is with that they chose to take a selfie during “Tin Man”- one of Miranda’s most emotional songs.

Like, why THAT particular song?

Do it during “Gunpowder and Lead” or something.

Anyhow, don’t mess with Miranda!

Who’s side are you on?

Miranda? Or the selfie-taking fans?