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Kelly Clarkson Fesses Up on Chris Stapleton’s ‘I Was Wrong’ Kellyoke Cover: Watch

Mr. Nimbus | 02/22/2024
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She may be a New York City gal now, but Kelly Clarkson was still able to get in touch with her country side this week with a performance of Chris Stapleton‘s “I Was Wrong” on The Kelly Clarkson Show.

Taking the stage for her Kellyoke cover series, the Texas native looked sultry and mysterious as blue stage lights shone down on her silhouette, clad in an all-black ensemble. Making space for a few epic electric guitar riffs from her band throughout the song, Clarkson added her signature runs and unreal high notes to Stapleton’s regretful lyrics.

“You know that I still love you/ And you know that I’m so alone,” the three-time Grammy winner belted. “I don’t know why I told you that I didn’t need you/ Can’t you see that, baby, I was wrong?”

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Released in 2017 on Stapleton’s album From A Room: Volume 1, “I Was Wrong” peaked at No. 41 on the Hot Country Songs chart. It’s not the first track from the Kentucky star’s catalog to get a Kellyoke twist. In January 2023, Clarkson performed his 2020 hit “You Should Probably Leave” on the Kelly Clarkson Show stage.

The “Since U Been Gone” singer recently moved her Daytime Emmy-winning talk show to New York, away from its original home in California. Since then, she’s opened up about how walking through the streets of the Big Apple has improved her health, in addition to other lifestyle changes she made after learning from a doctor that she was prediabetic.

“I wasn’t shocked,” she said of her diagnosis and subsequent weight loss on an episode of The Kelly Clarkson show earlier this month. “I was a tiny bit overweight. So, yeah, I wasn’t shocked by it. They were like, ‘You’re prediabetic. You’re right on the borderline.’ And I was like, ‘But I’m not there yet.’ And then I waited two years and then did, however, move into the — I was like, ‘OK, I’ll do something about it.’”

In June, Clarkson released her album Chemistry, which debuted at No. 6 on the Billboard 200 and received a Grammy nod for best pop vocal album. The 14-track project featured cameos from Steve Martin and Sheila E., as well as the “Stronger” vocalist’s 9-year-old daughter, River Rose.

Watch Clarkson perform “I Was Wrong” below.

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Written by Mr. Nimbus




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