Kelly Clarkson GRAMMY Spotlight

Ever since being crowned the first American Idol winner in 2002, Kelly Clarkson has gone on a decade long rise to become a pop music icon. With the release of her fifth studio album Stronger, Kelly has sold more than a million copies and landed GRAMMY® nominations for Record of The Year, Song of The Year and Best Pop Solo Performance.

Carson Daly recently caught up with Kelly to talk about the first time she was nominated for a GRAMMY.  Find out why she was “freaked out” and who she’s excited for at this year’s GRAMMYs.

Kelly returned to her reality T.V. roots in 2012 by being the first former singing competition contestant to appear on American Idol, The X Factor and The Voice. The “Stronger (What Doesn’t Kill You)” singer was a guest mentor for Blake Shelton’s team on season two of The Voice. The two later went on to sing a duet titled, “There’s a New Kid in Town” for Blake’s Christmas album.

You can pick up a copy of Kelly Clarkson’s latest album Greatest Hits: Chapter One on iTunes, Amazon or her website.

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Don’t miss all of CarsonDaly’s GRAMMY other interviews with The Lumineers, Alicia Keys and Maroon 5.  Hear The Truth now and don’t miss the 55th Annual GRAMMY Awards, Feb 10th, Only CBS!

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