Kelly Clarkson performed Jason Aldean’s “She’s Country” on The Kelly Clarkson Show.
Fans loved it so much that they started requesting a country album from the singer.
Clarkson also showed her country chops in a recent Kellyoke cover of “Blame It On Your Heart” by Patty Loveless.
Maybe Kelly Clarkson should’ve been a country singer, because her Kellyoke cover of Jason Aldean’s “She’s Country” is a hit. We can’t really say we’re surprised, though. Since she began The Kelly Clarkson Show segment, she has certainly proven her range and mastery of most genres.
She shared the cover on Sept. 3, and Aldean promptly shared it with his fans. “Check out my pal @kellyclarkson covering ‘She’s Country’ on her show this morning,” he wrote. Clarkson replied: “Loved singing ‘She’s Country’!!”
Fans swarmed the artists’ replies with adoration. “That was awesome! Is there anything you can’t sing?” one wrote. “Nailed it like always,” another added. “Whatever she touches it turns into gold,” another fan replied.
Then came the great collective plea for a Clarkson country album. “I don't know what are you waiting for recording a country album cause girl, you are country,” one remarked. “We're still waiting for your country album. Pleeeeeaaaase!” another added.
The massive request for for another Aldean-Clarkson collab followed. “Don’t You Wanna Stay,” a 2010 duet by the pair, won two American Country Music Awards as well as the Country Music Association award for Music Event of the Year in 2011.
“Time for Don't You Wanna Stay 2.0! That masterpiece is turning 10 years old next month!!!” one fan tweeted. “We need another collaboration between you 2,” another wrote. “Don’t You Wanna Stay was one of the best to date!” Someone else chimed in with: “Another duet!!”
The “Because of You” singer also showed her country chops in a recent Kellyoke cover of “Blame It On Your Heart” by Patty Loveless, which fans also loved. And there will be opportunity for her to sample much more because she just announced the return of The Kelly Clarkson Show for Season 2.
Beginning Sept. 21, Clarkson and her guests will be together again on stage with a few extra feet between them for social distance. Most of Season 1 was filmed “Staycation”-style from Clarkson’s home in Los Angeles and her cabin in Montana. Needless to say, she’s excited to be back in the studio.
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