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Kelly Clarkson wowed viewers with another “beautiful performance” on her talk show.

On Thursday, Feb. 22, the award-winning artist was joined by My Band Y’all for a cover of Chris Stapleton‘s “I Was Wrong,” Now fans are demanding she release a country album.

“We need a country classics album 🔥🔥🔥🤠🎸 🎤 🎶 🎶🎶🎶,” one YouTuber declared.

“Kelly & Chris need to do a song together!!!” another exclaimed.

A third confessed they are “Loving the country songs lately!” and “hope more are coming!”

“There is nothing she can’t sing!!” a different social media user gushed. “Another beautiful performance much love and respect.”

As fans alluded, Clarkson has been on a kick with her stellar renditions of beloved country songs. She previously shared her take on Ashley McBryde‘s “Bonfire at Tina’s,” “Watermelon Moonshine” by Lainey Wilson, “The Way It Is” by Bruce Hornsby, Kylie Morgan‘s “If He Wanted to He Would,” and a twangy version of Miley Cyrus‘ “Used to be Young.” 

And viewers aren’t the only ones to love Clarkson’s country vocals, as critics highly rated her, too. Over a decade ago, the 41-year-old won the Country Music Association award for Musical Event of the Year following her collab with country crooner Jason Aldean for their 2011 duet “Don’t You Wanna Stay.” 

But that’s not all, as the American Idol alum proves time and time again that she can sing anything regardless of genre. Other tunes that have recently received the “Kelly Clarkson treatment” include Whitney Houston‘s “All the Man That I Need,” an indie ballad by British singer-songwriter Birdy, “L-O-V-E” by Nat King Cole, and Jennifer Lopez‘s “Let’s Get Loud,” among many others—be sure to check out our list of Clarkson’s top 50 Kellyoke performances.

Written by: Q1075

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