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Two New Songs by Kelly Clarkson and Why She Chose “The Voice”

Two New Songs by Kelly Clarkson and Why She Chose “The Voice”

Kelly Clarkson is back. Not with just one song, but with TWO and a visual! Oh yeah. It’s a new era for the 35-year-old former American Idol winner, as she is now with a new label, Atlantic Records.

You can download “Move You” and the current single “Love So Soft” as instant buys on iTunes when you pre-order Kelly’s upcoming album The Meaning Of Life, which is set to be released on October 27.

Catch Kelly on the cover of Entertainment Weekly looking fierce but you can read part of the interview below.

Enjoy!



On why she chose to be a coach on The Voice vs a judge on American Idol: “I want it to be a great experience for my whole family, and that’s what I have to think about at this point in my life. We’re used to the Voice schedule, we already have to work around it because of our family. We have four children — that can be very taxing with a schedule. It was just a no-brainer for me with The Voice because of that alone. But my thing is, I was kind of bummed too when [Idol] came to me. I hope it’s super successful.”

On if she’d ever return to Idol: “Would it have been awesome to come back to the show that started me and help give someone that start? Yes! But that doesn’t mean I can’t do the same thing on The Voice. That’s my goal. I want to have someone on my team, whether they win or not, to have a successful career after being on the show.”

On how she is different from other Idol winners: “A lot of people that I know, especially from Idol, don’t necessarily want to be singers or artists; they just want to be famous,” she says. “That is not going to bring you happiness. And a lot of it falls through the cracks because people make decisions based on what they think will make them famous instead of what will be good for them. I don’t really care about being famous. … I’m not trying to impress anyone. I’m just me, and if you like that, cool. If you don’t, that’s totally cool too.”

COURTESY OF EW.COM

Nancy Danae

September 8th, 2017

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