Kelly Clarkson Will “Run To You!” This Week’s #Kellyoke Has Whitney Houston’s Power Ballad! Rod Stewart Too! Here Are Kelly’s “Songs For Sunday!”

More Great Kelly Clarkson #Kellyoke!

This week’s “Songs For Sunday” are all from the incredibly talented Kelly Clarkson and her daily talk show, where she opens every single show with #Kellyoke!

Kelly’s show mixes humor and heart, and a great collection of Guests from movies, TV, music and pop culture. She also has stories about real people who are making a positive difference inter communities.

Kelly begins each episode with a cover version of a great song – and as Vulture.com just asked:

“Is there a note she can’t hit?”

The terrific pop culture website, part of New York magazine, was floored by Kelly’s incredible cover of Whitney Houston’s 1987 power ballad “Run To You”, and you will too:

Kelly was accompanied by a true Icon: Grammy-winning jazz Saxophonist Kirk Whalum, who is also the father of Kelly’s bandmate Kyle Whalum!

I love when Kelly has other musical Artists join her and her band.

Next up, here’s Kelly performing the classic Rod Stewart hit “Some Guys Have All The Luck”:

After she finished the song, Kelly told her audience that her voice was a bit raspy that day, so she chose Stewart to sing!

And here is another great cover song: Kelly performing the hypnotic “Havana” by Camila Cabello:

Finally, here’s a great song that included a whole bunch of other Musicians onstage.

Kelly delivered a powerful performance of The White Stripes’ “Seven Nation Army” accompanied by the University of Southern California Trojan Marching Band – check it out!

Make sure to watch the show every day too see what she will sing next – and you can also follow the show here, where you can find out about upcoming guests:

Instagram:

https://www.instagram.com/kellyclarksonshow/

Twitter:

https://twitter.com/KellyClarksonTV

Facebook:

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

You want to watch The Kelly Clarkson Show every day so you don’t miss stuff like this:

Kelly jumped in to join Annie Murphy as she sang her hilarious song from the TV series “Schitt’s Creek” – click here to see that duet!

https://johnrieber.com/2020/02/02/kelly-clarksons-hilarious-schitts-creek-duet-with-annie-murphy-these-songs-for-sunday-shout-out-quiet-on-the-set/

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19 replies

  1. She is so fun! And, while I still miss Whitney Houston’s voice every single day, Kelly’s rendition is a balm. Thanks for posting!

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  2. That must have been tough with a sore throat. The girl is amazing. I loved it x

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    • She is! Also, the show regularly has inspiring stories of Teachers and Educators stepping up to do all they can to help their students of all ages…Kelly’s Mom was a teacher and it is very important to her to champion that cause…if you haven’t gone to the show’s Facebook page, they regularly share those moments as well!

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  3. All great renditions of the songs, John. I particularly like the Rod Steward song.

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  4. Jelly is an amazing talent with a huge range. I especially enjoyed the schitt’s creek duet )

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  5. She takes on so many iconic songs, and always does a great job. So pleased that the show is doing well, John. Kudos to Alex.
    Best wishes, Pete.

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