Kelly Clarkson on Today Show [Video] Live Concert Performance and Interview

Here’s the video of Kelly Clarkson on the Today Show. See the full live concert performance by the multi-Grammy winning pop music superstar at The Plaza in Rockefeller Center, part of the Citi Concert Series. The replay and more details are below.




Kelly Clarkson performed before an enthusiastic live audience at The Plaza. Her appearance was in support of her eighth studio album, “Meaning of Life,” her first album with her new record label Atlantic, after her departure from longtime label RCA Records. It was released last October to nearly universal critical acclaim. It’s her first new album since 2015’s ‘Piece by Piece.’

Originally rising to fame as the season 1 American Idol winner Clarkson was one of the four coaches on NBC’s ‘The Voice’ in Season 14. Her contestant, 15-year-old Brynn Cartelli, was crowned the winner and become the youngest contestant ever to win in the history of the show.

During her interview with Hoda Kotb Clarkson addressed several topics including her album, “Meaning of Life,” what it was like to host the 2018 Billboard Music Awards and also her experience on “The Voice” and the victory of her contestant. She said of fellow coach Blake Shelton, after the victory,”“I finally got Blake to call me queen.”

She performed Heat from the new album as well as her previous hit single “Stronger (What Doesn’t Kill You)” from her fifth studio album, “Stronger.” Additionally she performed her 2003 hit “Miss Independent” which is from her debut album, “Thankful.”

Watch the full replay below, and also scroll down also for some photos from social media.

Interview

Stronger (What Doesn’t Kill You)

Heat

Miss Independent

The program was broadcast live originally on Friday, June 8, 2018.

Photo credit: Disney | ABC Television Group (CC-BY-ND 2.0)

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