AceShowbiz - Kelly Clarkson is having a lot of jobs lately. "The Voice" coach revealed during the Tuesday, September 18 episode of "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon" that she would be having her own daytime talk show that is slated to air next year.
The "American Idol" season 1 winner first talked about her upcoming "Meaning of Life" tour which is set to kick off next January with Kelsea Ballerini and "The Voice" season 14 winner Brynn Cartelli tapped as special guests. "Well, I'm doing this to kind of prep for my talk show that’s going to be next year. We’re doing a live segment during my show," Kelly explained to Jimmy Fallon.
"So every night on tour, we're going live online," Kelly added.
Kelly then shared that she was excited for her new show. "I didn't think I'd ever do it, but then I-- yeah, whe shot the pilot, and it's kind of.. well, I love talking. It's, like, my favorite pastime." She went on saying that being a host was hard for her because "it's hard for me to shut up," while she had to listen to people that come on the show.
She went on revealing that her show was on right before "The Ellen DeGeneres Show". "Oh my gosh! That's gonna be a good block right there," Jimmy exclaimed. Kelly responded sarcastically, "Yeah, I'm not nervous at all about it!"
Kelly also noted her show would be "a little different than, you know, anything that's been on." She explained, "Just because I'm still touring. I still have music. You know what I'm saying? ... So it's kind of one of those things where my band is on the road with me, or they're on the show with me and doing stuff. And we sing every day on the show and do, like, this fan request thing." She also added that in the pilot, she sang together with fans.