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Kelly Clarkson Covers Eminem’s ‘Lose Yourself’ [VIDEO/POLL]

Kelly Clarkson covers Eminem
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Kelly Clarkson continues singing fan requests during her Stronger 2012 tour and continues to impress us all with her interpretations.  While in Detroit last week, Kelly covered Eminem‘s “Lose Yourself” from the 8 Mile soundtrack.

Dressed in a gray hoodie, Kelly tells the audience, “I’m being very brave tonight with this fan request. If this sucks, you better still come to my shows!” Then she busts into one of Eminem’s signature songs.

Not that long ago Taylor Swift did the same song during one of her shows on her Speak Now world tour.

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