How Kelly Clarkson Could Be Hurting Her ‘Duets’ Partners’ Chances of Winning (And It’s Not The Reason You Think!)June 2, 2012 10:21:51 by Shayla Perry
Her fellow “superstars,” John Legend and Robin Thicke, have said that her amateurs rely on her too much throughout their performances, and she’s admitted that they definitely have less experience. But we believe there’s something else keeping Kelly Clarkson‘s Duets partners – Jordan Meredith and Jason Farol – from the top of the leader board each week. And yes, Kelly’s still to blame.
ABC‘s Duets star and American Idol alum Kelly Clarkson has a problem that’s “killing” her, but it’s not a bad one to have…not necessarily. What’s going on, and will it make her “Stronger“? Keep reading for the scoop!
Kelly Clarkson, the original American Idol, was extremely nervous going into the Superbowl last night, as Kelly had to pull off singing the National Anthem. While it may not seem like a daunting task, many stars have flubbed it in the past, including FOX‘s American Idol judge, Steven Tyler, as well as The Voice coach, Christina Aguilera. Kelly Clarkson however, pulled it off flawlessly, despite how nervous she may have been. More after the jump!
Kelly Clarkson, the season one winner of Fox’s American Idol, is getting ready to hit the stage for what could possibly be the biggest performance of her life. She has been chosen to sing the national anthem for Super Bowl XLVI. That means she has about three weeks to perfect her vocals and make sure she’s got the lyrics memorized better than Christina Aguilera, who messed them up at last year’s Super Bowl.
The Voice judges have already defended their young show, but that didn’t stop American Idol judges Randy Jackson, Jennifer Lopez and Steven Tyler from sharing a laugh when asked to compare their show with its NBC competitor. They even fired off on the network’s other singing competition, The X Factor! Is American Idol getting a little too cocky, or is their confidence completely justified?
Good news and bad news for American Idol alum and Voice mentor Kelly Clarkson. Her latest album, Stronger, experienced a slight jump in sales on Amazon after the singer endorsed Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul on Twitter. Since then, however, Clarkson has found herself having to defend her politics, with some fans accusing her of supporting racism, the death penalty, and opposing same-sex marriage.
Kenny “Babyface” Edmonds, Jewel, Lionel Richie, Kelly Clarkson, Miranda Lambert, Alanis Morissette, Ne-Yo and Robin Thicke To Advise On The VoiceJanuary 6, 2012 03:40:06 by Ashley Lee
When The Voice returns to NBC, the show won’t only feature judges and coaches Blake Shelton, Cee Lo Green, Christina Aguilera and Adam Levine. The singing competition has also secured a star-studded line up of advisers to contribute their niche expertise to all the undiscovered talent: Kenny “Babyface” Edmonds, Jewel, Lionel Richie, Kelly Clarkson, Miranda Lambert, Alanis Morissette, Ne-Yo and Robin Thicke!
Read on to find out which advisers will be teaming up with which coaches during the pivotal battle rounds!
Kelly Clarkson, American Idol‘s very first winner, is extremely busy these days with her upcoming tour, but is she too busy for love? Kelly Clarkson admitted that she is very busy, but she has not found Mr. right because most men are intimidated by her! Read on for more…
Kelly Clarkson will be Stronger on January 13 when she kicks off her Stronger tour in Mashantucket, Connecticut. It will be the first North American leg of her world tour, which will end on April 10, 2012 in San Diego, California. She’ll be kicking off the tour with singer/song writer Matt Nathanso
Kelly Clarkson, American Idol on FOX‘s very first winner, has her fifth album coming out at the end of this month, and just as leaks of her newest single were about to break, Kelly decided to beat everyone to it and debut the tune herself! If you are anxiously awaiting Kelly Clarkson’s new album, and would like to hear the single, take a listen below for a preview!