WATCH: Kelly Clarkson Nails New Cover of ‘Dreams’ by Fleetwood Mac

by Emily Morgan
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We are always amazed by Kelly Clarkson’s singing.

On Tuesday, Clarkson graced viewers with yet another incredible “Kellyoke” performance on her daytime television talk show, “The Kelly Clarkson Show.” This time she opted for one of Fleetwood Mac’s hit songs, “Dreams.”

Clarkson gave Fleetwood Mac’s frontwoman, Stevie Nicks, a run for her money when Clarkson gave a stunning rendition of “Dreams” alongside her backing band.

The “American Idol” winner sat on a stool to sing the track, as she nailed all the high notes, making this a dream of a performance.

Clarkson lent her standalone vocals to a laid-back version of the 1977 hit single. The original song appeared on Fleetwood Mac’s 11th studio album, “Rumours,” and Stevie Nicks penned the song herself.

Kelly Clarkson Receives High Marks For Performance

Once again, Clarkson proved she can cover any song, no matter the genre.

Following the show, fans were quick to voice their approval of the performance.

“It’s official. Kelly is trying to kill me with these covers this year,” one fan commented on the YouTube video of her performance. “She’s doing some of my all time favorite songs.”

“One of the best covers of this song I’ve ever heard,” another person wrote. “Kelly really needs to make an album of covers. Kellyoke has really showcased her incredible talent.”

Clarkson remained in her seat during her performance, possibly due to her knee injury she endured last month while running in heels. But being seated didn’t hinder her from hitting the cover out of the park.

Despite her recent marital problems, Clarkson keeps trucking with “Kellyoke” and her other endeavors. She recently delivered a powerful rendition of the song “Rainbow” by country music star Kacey Musgraves. She also performed a soulful cover of Toni Braxton’s classic, “Another Sad Love Song.” In November, she brought the emotion with her stripped-down version of “Need You Now” by Lady A.

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