Kelly Clarkson is killing it in her first two weeks as a new coach on NBC’s hit singing reality completion show The Voice.
According to a new report of Entertainment Daily, an insider revealed that Kelly just brings so much to the show and her future on the program is looking very bright. She already won the title of favorite coach.
The source told that after the show's ratings soared this week, beating its rival American Idol, bosses have already decided that Kelly is absolutely going to return after this season.
The singer with the peerless vocal ability and endlessly charming personality was in her element over the course of these first two hours of blind auditions and if we were Blake Shelton, Adam Levine or Alicia Keys, we'd be nervous right about now.
While it’s obvious that Fox’s American Idol was a singing show, its main focus was to create a star in different entertainment mediums.
But Clarkson has proven she doesn’t need to be an actress, fashion icon, or anything else. She has an amazing voice that moves people, and that’s why she still has an important place in the music industry over a decade later.
The producers behind American Idol were probably a huge part of Clarkson’s success. But given she has the experience of breaking out in a reality show, she might actually be able to help The Voice with its disappearing winners' problem.
Back on what was at the time known as the “Farewell Season” of American Idol, Kelly Clarkson stunned with her weepy performance of Piece by Piece, a heartbreaking, gut-punching ballad about her absentee father.
That was a storyline that 33-year-old Nashville pop singer Stephanie Skipper could sadly relate to all too well, and when she auditioned with her own version of Piece by Piece on The Voice.