Kelly Clarkson Sings “Monster Mash” Video

Nobody nails a canopy like Kelly Clarkson, however the singer and talkshow host could have outdone herself along with her Oct. 31 efficiency. To have a good time Halloween, Clarkson lined “Monster Mash” by Bobby Pickett. However this was no easy cowl. Clarkson reimagined the music as rock ‘n’ roll banger. Her present’s stage was additionally remodeled, turning right into a spooky campsite. Clarkson performs a ghoul intent on bringing havoc and chaos down on some unsuspecting campers.

Clarkson additionally broke down the creepy forest set and defined that they filmed the music “like a music video.” Her band dressed as totally different spooky Halloween creatures, together with zombies, ghouls, and vampires. “I am sort of like a Stevie Nicks ghost,” Clarkson mentioned of her personal costume.

Each episode of “The Kelly Clarkson Present” options the “American Idol” winner doing an electrifying cowl. Generally, she groups up with the present’s visitor for an iconic duet. On Oct. 11, she and Sam Smith sang her personal music, “Breakaway,” through the present. And on Oct. 17, she paired up with Dwayne Johnson to sing a rustic duet in honor of Loretta Lynn.

Since “The Kelly Clarkson Present” premiered in 2019, Clarkson has made certain to instill music into each episode. Often, the songs she sings throughout an episode are requested particularly by followers, and he or she and her group strive to verify the requester results in the viewers that day. Her covers have change into so widespread that in June 2022, she launched a “Kellyoke” EP that includes six songs, together with her rendition of Billie Eilish’s “Happier Than Ever.”

Clarkson’s Halloween covers have additionally change into a practice. In 2019, she sang “I Put a Spell on You” full with “Hocus Pocus” costumes. The subsequent 12 months, she lined “Stayin’ Alive” and dressed as Meryl Streep in “Dying Turns into Her.” And for 2021, she sang “Ghostbusters,” full with the enduring jumpsuit costumes.

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