Kelly Clarkson and Dwayne Johnson Sing a Nation Duet

Within the wake of the dying of nation legend Loretta Lynn, Kelly Clarkson is paying tribute to her with a really surprising duet associate. On Oct. 17, Clarkson was joined by Dwayne Johnson for her notorious “Kellyoke” phase, the place they belted out Lynn’s 1967 hit “Do not Come Dwelling a Drinkin’.” Though the pairing could have appeared a bit random at first, it ended up being the collaboration we did not know we wanted, with many viewers commenting on the video that they’d no concept that Johnson might sing the way in which he did.

“An additional particular #Kellyoke duet with Dwayne @therock Johnson in reminiscence of the late, nice @LorettaLynn,” “The Kelly Clarkson Present” tweeted, teasing the duo’s musical debut.

Johnson’s musical prowess is not fully stunning, contemplating he managed to attain a spot in the Billboard Hot 100 chart for his pipes in “You are Welcome” from Disney’s “Moana.” However all through the efficiency, Johnson proved his versatility, with the power of Clarkson’s vocals meshing completely with Johnson’s low (and surprisingly nation) tone. The 2 remained playful, smiling at one another all through, and Clarkson even jokingly pushed him away at one level, rejecting his advances per the track’s lyrics: “You are available in, kissin’ on me/ It occurs each time.”

Moments earlier than, Johnson spoke to Clarkson about “Black Adam,” joking that his character’s favourite film would in all probability be one which he made together with his spouse. Evidently, his duet confirmed a way more healthful facet to him.

Lynn died at her dwelling in Tennessee on Oct. 4. She was 90 years previous. “Our valuable mother, Loretta Lynn, handed away peacefully this morning, October 4th, in her sleep at dwelling in her beloved ranch in Hurricane Mills,” her household instructed AP in a press release.

Watch the complete clip above and see Clarkson and Johnson honor Lynn collectively as solely they’ll.

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