Kelly Clarkson Brings to Life Her Dream to Duet with Cyndi Lauper on 'True Colors' during Her Talk Show
Kelly Clarkson brings her dream duet to life when she and Cyndi Lauper give fans a memorable performance of the 80's hit song, 'True Colors.'
On an episode of the "Kelly Clarkson Show," Cindy Lauper and Kelly Clarkson joined forces to sing a soulful rendition of the 1986 hit song, "True Colors."
Sitting with a dulcimer on her lap, Lauper led the performance, as she a Clarkson harmonized and took turns singing the song's lyrics.
"That was like a dream come true for me, thank you," Clarkson exclaimed at the end of their performance.
The song has created as much buzz today as it did in 1986. Fans on Instagram can't get over Lauper and Clarkson's rendition of "True Colors," one fan sings Kelly's praises saying:
"I've never heard Kelly sing a duet that didn't elevate the song! Beautiful rendition of True Colors."
"Kelly your America's sweetheart!! That was beautiful!! Cindy your a legend."
It is reported, "True Colors" was written Billy Steinberg and Tom Kelly. In 1986 it spent two weeks at the top the Billboard Hot 100. The title track earned Lauper a Grammy nomination for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance.
This isn't the first time Clarkson has performed the hit for her fans. According to PEOPLE, Clarkson performed the song with Kelsea Ballerini during the final stop of her "Meaning Of Life Tour," in April.
During their conversation Lauper shocked Clarkson when she revealed that she was a fan of her song "Stronger (What Doesn’t Kill You)." Excited by the news, Clarkson responded:
"You know that song? I’m so cool right now!"
"I do. Whenever I was feeling really downtrodden, I would sing along with you," Lauper responded back to Clarkson.
Clarkson admits that she loves the fact that Lauper had heard her music. Reminding the "American Idol Alum" of her own star power, Lauper says:
"Are you kidding? It was a huge hit."
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