All New “Kellyoke!” Kelly Clarkson’s Terrific Videos From Her Hit Talk Show – Including the “Periodic Table Blues!”

Time For More “Kellyoke!”

If you’ve been watching Kelly Clarkson’s new talk show – and of course you have – then you know that Kelly begins every show with a live, in-studio musical performance.

These songs get the show off on a high note and it never slows down from there…Kelly always sings a “cover” of a song suggested by an audience member – and here are some of the best of last week!

Let’s begin with Kelly’s “Kellyoke” version of Sheryl Crow’s “If It Makes You Happy”!

Up Next: Kelly “Goes Crazy!”

Someone wanted some classic Prince, and Kelly gave it to them!

Kelly Clarkson also opened one show with her terrific cover of Britney Spears’ pop hit, “Till The World Ends.”

On Friday, Kelly covered Reba McIntire’s “Why Haven’t I Heard From You?” in a BLISTERING version that had the crowd rocking!

Kelly also did a terrific cover of Walk The Moon’s smash hit “Shut Up And Dance!”

Kelly doesn’t only perform at the top of the show – what about this original song that she, Guest Tori Kelly, ASMR Artist Taylor Darling and Neil deGrasse Tyson sing together – yes, here’s the “Periodic Table Blues!”

Another week of great performances – don’t forget to follow the show’s official website to get all the details on upcoming guests, plus fun clips from the show as well! Here’s the link:

https://www.kellyclarksonshow.com

Kelly also has a great, interactive Facebook fan page as well…sign up here:

https://www.facebook.com/KellyClarksonShow/

As I’ve said, Kelly begins EVERY show with a cover song suggested by an audience member:

Here are some from week one of the series – a great collection of modern classics and all-time greats:


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Leave a comment on a song you’d love Kelly to sing!



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12 replies

  1. Kelly has a lot of talent, John. Great song snippets.

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  2. A great share, John. I love this lady so natural, nice and such fun with an amazing voice 😊x

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  3. She looks and sounds like she is having a blast.

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  4. I think her singing brings a great energy to the show’s open

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  5. The show looks to be going well, and Kelly is singing well too. I played a couple of the clips, and her covers are very good.
    Best wishes, Pete.

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