WATCH: Kelly Clarkson Delivers Impressive Rendition Of Chris Stapleton Hit On ‘The Kelly Clarkson Show’

Kelly Clarkson had jaws-dropping with her impressive rendition of a popular Chris Stapleton tune on The Kelly Clarkson Show.

On Friday (Jan. 20), the Emmy-award winning daytime talk show host delivered a stunning performance of Stapleton’s “You Should Probably Leave” during the Kellyoke segment of The Kelly Clarkson Show, alongside her band, Y’all.

“I know it ain’t all that late / But you should probably leave / And I recognize that look in your eyes / Yeah, you should probably leave / ‘Cause I know you and you know me / And we both know where this is gonna lead / You want me to say that I want you to stay / So you should probably leave / Yeah, you should probably leave,” Clarksons sings in the clip.

“You Should Probably Leave” was co-written by Ashley Gorley, Chris DuBois and Stapleton, who also produced the tune with Dave Cobb. The song serves as the second single from Stapleton’s fourth studio album, Starting Over.

Kelly Clarkson and Chris Stapleton previously shared a soulful duet together, when they released “Glow,” in 2021. The tune is a Christmas song that finds the vocalists trading verses before flawlessly harmonizing during the track’s chorus.

“Nothing has changed, I still wish you could be / Wrapped up in my arms, spending Christmas with me / When it gets cold is when I notice the most / With all the lights on the trees, even Christmas can’t compete with your glow,” Clarkson and Stapleton sing during the chorus.

The duet marked their first time working together. However, Clarkson and Stapleton did both lend their vocals to the Trolls 2 Soundtrack in March 2020.

“Glow” appears on Clarkson’s holiday album, When Christmas Comes Around…, which arrived on October 15, 2021, via Atlantic Records. The project features 15-tracks, including lead single “Christmas Isn’t Canceled (Just You)” and covers of classic country hits like “It’s Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas,” “Santa Baby,” “Last Christmas,” amongst many others.

Clarkson has shared a variety of covers during the “Kellyoke” segment of The Kelly Clarkson Show across all genres. From chart-topping country tunes to rock hits, Clarkson has delivered epic covers of some of the biggest hits, including renditions of Lizzo’s “Good As Hell,” Jonas Brother’s “Sucker,” Blake Shelton‘s “Who Are You When I’m Not Looking,” Billy Currington’s “Let Me Down Easy,” Pam Tillis’ “Maybe It Was Memphis,” Wynonna’s “No One Else On Earth,” Jo Dee Messina’s “Heads Carolina, Tails California” and many others.

The Kelly Clarkson Show, which was recently renewed for an additional two seasons extending the show to 2025, returned in September with appearances by Garth Brooks and Blake Shelton.

“Kelly Clarkson is one of the brightest stars of our time,” NBCUniversal Executive Vice President of Syndicated Studios, Tracie Wilson, said. “With more than 500 hours viewed on broadcast, cable and digital platforms since its launch, ‘The Kelly Clarkson Show’ has been a home for stories that entertain, inspire important conversations and connect with loyal viewers across multiple generations in meaningful ways. Together, with our best-in-class producing team, we’ll continue to build on the show’s success and legacy.”

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After a brief leave from NBC’s The Voice, Kelly Clarkson will return to her big red chair on season 23 of the popular singing competition show alongside Blake Shelton and first-time coaches Niall Horan and Chance the Rapper.

Clarkson’s return will mark her first season since winning with Girl Named Tom on season 21.

In between hosting The Kelly Clarkson Show and appearing on the upcoming season of The Voice, Clarkson is gearing up to release a brand-new album, which is slated to arrive sometime this year.

“This is an important album. I’m working on this in therapy: I have a hard time vocalizing what I’m feeling sometimes, so music is helpful for me. It’s just been really healing,” Clarkson recently told Variety. “When my ex and I first separated, there were many emotions. It was hard. I hadn’t really been working hardcore on an album until I needed to. I was just very busy. There were so many jobs, and I’m a single mom — well, even with being married, it’s a lot, trying to fit kids’ schedules in and all that stuff. But then the whole divorce thing happened, and I needed to write it.”

Meanwhile, Chris Stapleton is gearing up to perform at Luke Bryan’s Crash My Playa on Saturday (Jan. 21) as well as headline RODEOHOUSTON on March 16.

Later this year, the country superstar will also embark on a stadium tour alongside “The King Of Country Music,” George Strait. “I love doing these shows with George about as much as I like doing anything. There’s nothing to compare it to,” Stapleton told Billboard of Strait. “So many of his songs are in the ethos of what country music is. Playing these shows together is a great experience all the way around.”

Stapleton will also make appearances at several festivals this year, including the aforementioned Crash My Playa, Stagecoach Festival, Cavendish Beach Music Festival, Rock The South, and Lasso Festival at Parc Jean-Drapeau.

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