‘Voice’ Coach Kelly Clarkson Wows Fans With Latest Album Cover For ‘Kellyoke’

Kelly ClarksonFans mean everything to her. We imagine that’s why the legendary singer decided to release a new album. Kellyoke. Named after a segment from her show, the album features the 40-year-old singer covering iconic songs from artists like Whitney Houston, SHAED and Radiohead.

Kelly shared images and clips from the tracks throughout the month. More recently, the former Voice the trainer shared a music video featuring her singing “Queen of the Night” along with a still image of Kelly looking absolutely fierce.

“Happy Friday night everyone! Check out my cover of Queen of the Night! From my very first demo at 17 to my first kellyoke album #WhitneyHouston up for grabs!” she wrote on Instagram.

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From what we can see, the american idol alum wears gold hoop earrings, a black blazer, bright red lipstick and a stunning smokey eye. Her hair is teased and most definitely gives off Queen of the Night vibes.

Fans aren’t just thrilled that Kelly is releasing a new album. They also took to the comments sections to share how wonderful they thought the photo looked. “Amazing 🔥,” one person wrote. “Queen 😍🔥,” said another. “Oh my god you are so beautiful inside and out…you rock,” another said.

Kellyoke will consist of six repeats. Kelly came up with the idea after the segment on her show, where she sang everything from Brooks & Dunn’s “Boot Scootin’ Boogie” to Dolly Parton’s “Jolene,” gained popularity.

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