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The upbeat and radio-friendly song precedes the arrival of the former 'American Idol' winner's new album that's due out later this year.
A snippet of the track, which will be released in full on Monday, January 12, is featured on a video starring the singer's daughter River Rose.
The track will be the first single off the former 'American Idol' winner's first non-holiday album since 2011's 'Stronger'.
The 'Stronger' hitmaker says she will collaborate with someone she has worked with in the past for the follow-up to her 2011 album.
The trio and other musicians including Garth Brooks, Martina McBride and Meghan Trainor performed at Clarkson's Miracle on Broadway benefit concert which that night raised $400,000.
In the video premiered on Amazon, the scenes of the 'American Idol' winner performing the song intersperse with old footage of her celebrating Christmas as a child.
Swift takes to Twitter to share a video of Clarkson's cover and says the 'American Idol' alum slays the song.
The 'American Idol' alum plays the hit song, which is currently at No. 9 on Billboard 200, at her first solo concert since giving birth to her first child, River Rose.
The 'American Idol' alum, who welcomed her first child with husband Brandon Blackstock eight days ago, shares a photo of their baby daughter on Twitter.
The 'American Idol' alum and her talent manager husband 'are on cloud 9' after their first child was born Thursday, June 12.
The song was initially written by Lavigne for his debut album, but it was eventually recorded by Clarkson for the soundtrack of movie 'Princess Diaries 2'.
According to the suit, Sony has underpaid the singers by choosing royalty routes in lucrative streaming deals with Google, Apple and Spotify.
The 'American Idol' alumna is expecting a baby girl, saying it makes sense with all the vomiting drama.
Kelly Clarkson's private wedding, the tragic death of Paul Walker and Beyonce Knowles' surprise album make the final part of important events in 2013.
Wearing a red dress, the songstress performs the Christmas classic while being backed by a band.