Kelly Clarkson of 'The Voice' Delivers Powerful Rendition of Mariah Carey's 'Vanishing' from Her Self-Quarantine
Kelly Clarkson may be spending her time in self-isolation in a cabin in Montana, but she made sure to stay connected to her followers with a stunning rendition of a Mariah Carey classic.
As people continue to self-isolate amid the coronavirus pandemic, Kelly Clarkson and her family find themselves "hiding in Montana."
Even so, Kelly made sure to stun her followers with a glorious rendition of Mariah Carey's song "Vanishing." Feeling like she's back in high school, Kelly sang her heart out in the bathroom of their cabin while her kids caught up on sleep.
In the video Kelly shared on social media, she let her natural beauty shine through with no makeup, and her hair bundled up under a cap which she attributed to the lack of her "glam squad."
Nonetheless, Kelly performed Mariah's song with effortless clarity before she reassured her followers that everyone would get through this "really crappy time."
For the time being, the 37-year-old singer deals with homeschooling her children and cooking every meal for her family, which she admitted to not doing in general.
Kelly's Las Vegas residency is also on ice for the time being, as it was set to launch at the Zappos Theater inside Planet Hollywood next month.
Postponed until July, the singer released a statement last week wherein she also updated followers on the status of "The Kelly Clarkson Show," as she wrote:
"The Kelly Clarkson Show was temporarily shut down out of concern and care for everyone’s safety, we have chosen to postpone the April 1st.”
Those who already bought tickets for her Las Vegas residency shows will receive "forthcoming" replacements, and Kelly urged her fans to stay close to their loved ones and remain healthy and safe during this trying time.
The pandemic also saw to the cancelation of several long-standing music events, including the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo, which ended early. The event kicked off on March 3, but the gates to the festival grounds closed on March 11.
Set to start on March 14, the Austin Rodeo had artists, including Carly Pearce, and Aaron Watson lined up, but it got canceled entirely.
The same goes for Texas's massive tech and music conference, SXSW, which was supposed to run from March 13-22. For the first time in 34 years, the SXSW didn't take place at all.
The latest season of "The Voice" kicked off shortly before the outbreak of the coronavirus, and Kelly Clarkson started the new season as a coach with a new look.
The 18th season also featured Nick Jonas as the newest addition to the coaching team, but all eyes were on Kelly and her updated shorter hairstyle.
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