Kelly Clarkson kicked off her Stronger Tour 2012 Friday night in Connecticut. She tweaks her set list for each show by at least one song because she is asking fans to Tweet her their favorite song and during the show she'll perform at least one of the instant requests. The requested songs could be one of hers or anyone's!
Kelly Clarkson is known more for her powerhouse pipes than for her dance moves — but the ‘American Idol‘ alum combined the best of both in a surprisingly fun way for her new video, ‘Stronger (What Doesn’t Kill You).’
Dreams do come true, especially for Demi Lovato! During the 2011 Z100 Jingle Ball event held Friday night (Dec. 9), Lovato had the opportunity to share the same stage with her musical idol, Kelly Clarkson for a duet of the holiday classic, ‘Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas.’
The original ‘American Idol’ Kelly Clarkson jumped reality show ships and kicked off the ‘X Factor‘ results episode tonight (Nov. 23) by performing her new single ‘What Doesn’t Kill You (Stronger),’ complete with graphic novel-type images flashing behind her. Our favorite? The fist that pumped while featuring words from the lyrics. She wasn’t the only pop star to provide the entertainment on a tense episode. Crooner Bruno Mars also took the stage to show ‘em how it’s done.
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