Kelly Goes “A Little Bit Alexis!”
This past week, Kelly Clarkson joined “Schitt’s Creek” star Annie Murphy for a hilarious duet based on Murphy’s iconic song and dance from the show!
These “Songs For Sunday” celebrate Kelly’s live performances from her show!
As part of her interview, “Schitt’s Creek” star Annie Murphy recreated her character’s iconic head banging anthem “A Little Bit Alexis” – and Kelly joined her to deliver a special new verse.
Here is the hilarious “I’m A Little Bit Alexis” duet from the show – note the two young stars of “1917” whistling and clapping from the guest couch!
The clip went viral immediately – and if you haven’t seen “Schitt’s Creek”, it’s really terrific, and now on Netflix!
Kelly’s daytime talk show is a great mix of humor and heart – and so many great musical performances as well – make sure to watch it every day – here is how you can find the show in your area:
The show has had some news preemptions in the past few weeks, but Kelly is back with ALL NEW SHOWS THIS WEEK!
On Friday, my wife Alex shared this behind-the-scenes moment from the show:
Here’s the story: while Kelly was taping a conversation on the set, Alex answered a question from her Producers, which Kelly heard and thought Alex was speaking to her! After they all laughed, Alex held up an apology card and Kelly laughed so loud she had to come over to get a picture with it!
That positive energy behind the scenes carries over to every show.
Make sure to watch every day – and you can also follow the show here, where you can find out about upcoming guests:
You want to watch every day so you don’t miss stuff like this:
Yes, these impromptu dancers made her opening #Kellyoke performance even better than usual…see the clip here:
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