Inspiring Kelly Clarkson #Kellyoke Performances! “Rainbow!” Drake! Toni Braxton Videos Too!

Inspiring #Kellyoke Performances!

As you know, Kelly Clarkson sings a new #Kellyoke song to begin every episode of her talk show, and this week she sang some really inspiring songs for us!

Kelly performed an incredible and inspiring version of “Rainbow” by Katy Musgraves, with these lyrics:

“Hold tight to your umbrella
Darling, I’m just trying to tell ya
That there’s always been a rainbow
Hanging over your head…”

Kelly’s rendition is incredible, and so is the production of the song! Incredible lighting, direction and producing make this a classic #Kellyoke – here’s the performance from the show:

It was a week of great performances.

Kelly Clarkson and her band Y’all performed a breathtaking cover of “Hold On, We’re Going Home” by Drake as well…here is that performance from the show:

Kelly Clarkson and her phenomenal band Y’All also took us back to the ’90s with a remarkable cover of “Another Sad Love Song” by Toni Braxton – here is that clip from the show:

Of course, you can see these happen EVERY WEEKDAY with all new episodes of the Emmy Award-Winning “The Kelly Clarkson Show!”

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So much incredible music on the show – like Coldplay!

Kelly did a terrific version of they classic hit “The Scientist” and you can see it by clicking on my story here:

As for the Kelly Clarkson Show, a new #Kellyoke leads every single show, so keep watching!

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9 replies

  1. Wow! I love her voice. Beautiful songs, John. Thanks!

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  2. So much talent! These are all great, but given a choice, I’d listen to the Toni Braxton tune.

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  3. Kelly certainly is inspiring, John. Lovely songs.


  4. Well done as always to Kelly. Toni Braxton singing ‘Unbreak My Heart’ was a landmark song for me.
    Best wishes, Pete.

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