The 'All I Ever Wanted' singer is seen filming her scenes against the backdrop of a wall plastered with newspaper clippings with words 'leaks' on them.
Several pictures from Kelly Clarkson's "Mr. Know It All" video shoot have made their way out to the web. Giving a clue about how the single will be visualized, the images feature the winner of "American Idol" inaugural session filming her scenes against the backdrop of wall covered with newspaper clippings.
Some of the papers bear words "leaks" as if to remind people that she suffered a massive leak earlier this year. 50 songs were released without her consent, but luckily they were all old materials. Responding to the leaks, she said, "No point in getting angry because there's nothing I can do so I hope y'all like the music."
Although Kelly didn't throw tantrum, it doesn't mean that she was not upset. In an interview with EW recently, she said, "Oh my God, have you ever been robbed? I have. I've been physically robbed a couple of times, but this is much worse. I think what made me mad was that: 1) People stole from me, and 2): Everybody had no idea what my next album was going to sound like. That really caused a lot of confusion."
"Mr. Know It All" is the first official offering from Kelly's next studio installment "Stronger" which is set to come out in the U.S. on October 24. It was first showcased live on stage during her performance in Berlin. "Thank you Berlin!" she tweeted after the show. "Thanks for singing along and making it memorable."
The accompanying music video is directed by Justin Francis (Alicia Keys, Mariah Carey), but it hasn't got premiere date. Last month, Kelly tweeted, "On set right now shooting the video for my first single 'mr. know it all' that's coming out soon! It's gonna be awesome and I love Justin Francis, the video director!"