Kelly Clarkson put her vocals into rhythms in one of her show's virtual episodes as she made a unique rendition for health workers at the frontline.
Music star Kelly Clarkson took out time on "The Kelly Clarkson Show" to honor the first responders with an emotional song. The "Stronger" crooner did a cover of Lauren Diagle's 2018 song, "You Say" alongside her bandmates.
A SONG FOR FRONTLINERS
Kelly and her bandmates invited some health care officials on her virtual show, where she beautifully sang the thoughtful lyrics of her cover to them.
The clip was made to interchange Kelly's images as she sang, while the faces of health workers popped in at intervals. The heart-tugging video showed the "frontline heroes" in their scrubs while at work.
KELLY GOT TEARY
The talk show host, who also works as part of the judges on The Voice, got emotional earlier this month after the talent under her tutelage, Megan Danielle did a cover of Rascal Flatts' "What Hurts the Most."
Her first single, "A Moment Like This," peaked at number one on the Billboard charts.
Presently, "The Voice" is being aired as a virtual show and contestants perform from home. Megan Danielle is part of the nine contestants on the show, vying for the grand prize. After the singer performed the song, Kelly couldn't hold back tears.
FANS AGREED WITH KELLY
Meghan's fans shared Clarkson's sentiments about her singing as some of them took to social media to talk about her impact. On Twitter, someone shared: "You make me cry every time… and you put every emotion you have into your singing…"
Another fan tweeted: "Every time you sing, it's like you hear like what a broken heart is trying to sound like." From the onset of the season, Kelly rooted for Danielle right from the blind auditions. The "Breakaway" singer said on the show: "I've always loved Megan since the blinds."
CLARKSON'S JOURNEY TO FAME
The Grammy winner started her music career in a talent show as she won the first-ever "American Idol" in 2002. Besides being the first winner, she also got an RCA record contract.
Her first single, "A Moment Like This," peaked at number one on the Billboard charts. Her second album, "Break Away," bagged two Grammy awards.
Kelly continued her impressive resume with hit tracks like "My Life Would Suck Without You" and "Behind These Hazel Eyes," among others.
The star singer displayed versatility as an author of children's books. She is currently juggling singing with being an anchor and a talent judge.
April 24, 2020