Kelly Clarkson had a little pre-show fun on the streets of Las Vegas before her performance at the iHeartRadio Music Festival.
On Saturday, Clarkson shared a video on her social media showing her surprising a woman singing on the Strip after she was asked to join in on her performance of “What’s Love Got to Do with It?” by Tina Turner.
“I was on my way to the soundcheck for @iHeartRadio tonight in Vegas and I was tipping this amazing woman killing a Tina Turner and then she asked me to sing and she had no idea who I was, and then it hit her, and it made my day.” Clarkson wrote.
The 41-year-old man sings on the karaoke floor and the woman is impressed, even more so when she recognizes who is singing.
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The woman gives Clarkson a huge hug and exclaims, “Are you kidding me?”
Clarkson concluded his post by complimenting the woman, writing, “She gives the best hugs and sings her tail off! See you tonight Vegas.”
The Grammy winner was part of the festival’s second day’s lineup, which included other stars like Sheryl Crow, Tim McGraw, Lenny Kravitz and The Foo Fighters.
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The “Since U Been Gone” singer also recently completed a brief residency at Planet Hollywood last month, which featured songs from her album “Chemistry.”
“Chemistry” features songs about her messy divorce from ex-husband, Brandon Blackstock.
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The couple filed for divorce in 2020, and it was finalized in 2022, with Clarkson gaining primary physical custody of their children, River and Remington, and paying their father $45,000 per month in child support.
One of the album’s songs, which Clarkson performed at the iHeartRadio music festival this weekend, called “Mine,” contains lyrics calling out her ex.
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“Someone’s going to show you how to use a heart, like you did mine,” the song says.