Kelly Clarkson

Stefani said she was "honored" by the former "SNL" star's impromptu rendition of two No Doubt classics.
"Not a lot of people make that connection," the "Black Widow" actor admitted.
The singer got her moment with judges Paula Abdul, Simon Cowell and Randy Jackson at her Walk of Fame ceremony.
The pair's new version of the 1980 classic will be featured in "Still Working 9 to 5," a new documentary that tracks the evolution of women's workplace rights.
The Grammy winner said working on the record was a "healing" experience following her split from husband Brandon Blackstock.
"It forever changed the course of my life," the singer shared on social media Sunday.
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"I tend to beat myself up a lot over it," the "American Idol" alum said in a candid admission on Kelly Clarkson's talk show.
The “Gimme More” singer recently called out Clarkson for an insensitive comment in a 2008 radio interview in which hosts mocked Spears’ mental health.
The singer, businesswoman, talk show host and single mother said she “literally almost cried” over the thoughtful gesture.