Kelly Clarkson Just Showed Off a Dramatic New Velvet Look on Her Talk Show and We're in Awe

Paras Kumar
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We’ll be seeing a lot more of Kelly Clarkson when The voice returns for season 23. The superstar resumes his seat in the coach’s chair alongside Blake Shelton, Chance the Rapper and Niall Horan. This year, Kelly’s former stepmother, Reba McEntire, joins the show as a Megamentor. As we await the March 6 premiere, we’re always happy to check in with Kelly on her daily talk show, The Kelly Clarkson Show.

Kelly mixed things up on a recent episode by inviting Kenneth “Babyface” Edmonds to a special Songs & Stories segment. Kelly and the 63-year-old singer-songwriter-producer teamed up to perform several of his hits, including “Take a Bow,” “Water Runs Dry” and “Exhale (Shoop Shoop).”

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Kelly revealed that Babyface wrote one of her first songs, “Thankful,” which appeared on her debut album in 2003. Sharing a video from the set, she said: “This is an incredible show. I love him so much, and the fact that he is so humble and such a legend is a lesson to us all.”

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Kelly switched up her typical style for this episode, wearing a printed black-and-brown dress with an oversized belt and a long velvet scarf (for a similar look, try this velvet cardigan). She completed the look with a layered necklace, gold hoop earrings, a loose updo and a white manicure.

Katie Bowlby is Digital Director at Country Living, where she covers gift guides, product reviews, crafts and TV shows like Yellowstone. She is currently sewing a cross stitch pattern for the next issue of the magazine

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