Entertainment Kelly Clarkson’s Got Us In Our Feelings With Her Patsy Cline Cover
Kelly Clarkson Channels Coldplay For Cover Of ‘Green Eyes’
Kelly Clarkson channels her inner Coldplay. Clarkson and her house band Y’all covered the band’s song “Green Eyes” on Wednesday’s episode of “The Kelly Clarkson Show”. The cover was the latest song to feature in her popular “Kellyoke” segment. RELATED: Kelly Clarkson Plays A ‘Wicked Game’ On ‘Kellyoke’ “Green Eyes” serves as the seventh trackClarkson and her house band Y'all covered the band's song "Green Eyes" on Wednesday's episode of "The Kelly Clarkson Show". The cover was the latest song to feature in her popular "Kellyoke" segment.
She’s got you, but we’ve got’s version of a classic from Wednesday’s (April 7) Kellyoke performance, so who’s really winning here?
Clarkson’s tender performance of Cline’s “She’s Got You” should provide comfort for the brokenhearted who are still holding on to physical memorabilia of their past relationships. The unplugged cover on The Kelly Clarkson Show featured her musical director Jason Halbert stationed at the piano and a member of her band Y’all, Kyle, on upright bass.
“She’s Got You” was released as a single from Cline’s third studio album Sentimentally Yours in 1962. The song became her second No. 1 hit on Billboard’schart and hit No. 14 on the , while ’s 1977 version also became a No. 1 country hit.
This isn’t the talk-show host’s first rodeo with Cline’s hits: She previously covered the sultry tunefrom Cline’s 1957 self-titled debut album in March 2020.
Watch her Kellyoke cover of “She’s Got You” below.
Kelly Clarkson Performs The Ultimate Late-Night Anthem ‘3AM’ With Matchbox Twenty Cover .
Kelly Clarkson is taking on the ’90s with a Matchbox Twenty Kellyoke cover. The singer, 38, debuted her take on the rock band’s classic track “3AM” on Monday’s episode of “The Kelly Clarkson Show”. RELATED: Anthony Mackie And Sebastian Stan Call Out Each Other’s Flaws On ‘The Kelly Clarkson Show’ Clarkson and her Y’all band delivered a powerful rendition, singing, “And he says, ‘Baby, when it’s 3AM I must be lonely’/ Well, heaven he says, ‘Baby, well, I can’t help/ But be scared of it all sometimes/ And the rain’s gonna wash away, I believe this.’” "3AM" is off Matchbox Twenty's 1996 debut album Yourself Or Someone Like You.