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The 'American Idol' alum will be supported by special guests Pentatonix and Eric Hutchinson during her upcoming roadshow.
The singer and the chat show host sing a number of greatest duets of all time including Sonny and Cher's 'I Got You Babe' as well as Pink and Nate Ruess' 'Just Give Me a Reason'.
The 'Because of You' hitmaker reveals in a new interview that she and her husband don't care if their children turn out to be gay.
Wanting her daughter to marry Wiz Khalifa's son, Clarkson on the other hand says River Rose isn't talented enough to have playdate with North West.
The former 'American Idol' winner, who admitted she didn't even know Tokio Hotel's version of the song existed until recently, said she had no intention to 'disrespect' the band.
The song, which precedes Clarkson's 'Piece by Piece' album, was written by her 'Invicible' collaborator, Australian singer/songwriter Sia.
Following the arrival of 'Take You High', the songstress reportedly will release another new track 'Someone' on Friday, February 27.
The 'Tie It Up' singer discusses how motherhood changes her life, 'I relied on my career a lot for my self-worth. And now I'm more than that.'
The song is actually a cover of Swedish pop band Tokio Hotel and would be featured in Kelly's seventh studio album 'Piece by Piece'.
The track comes as a preview of the former 'American Idol' winner's new album 'Piece by Piece' that's coming out on March 3 via RCA Records.
The Marc Klasfeld-directed video centers on several couples who went through difficult times after breaking up before starting new relationships.
The 'American Idol' alum says she considered doing more charity work if she really had to give up on singing after losing her voice.
The upcoming album of the former 'American Idol' winner will consist of a duet with fellow famous singer John Legend.
Marking the former 'American Idol' winner's first proper studio effort since 2011's 'Stronger', the new album is due out on March 3 via RCA Records.
The former 'American Idol' winner has also planned a tour to support the follow-up to 2011's 'Stronger'.