Kelly Clarkson Delivers an Uplifting Kellyoke Version of Cher’s “Strong Enough,” Channeling the Spirit of a 1990s…

Kelly Clarkson is an accomplished songwriter, and even when she performs songs that she didn’t compose, she is able to give them her own unique spin and make them seem like they were written only for her.

Kelly Clarkson, who is now 40 years old and a vocal prodigy, gave a high-energy performance of a rendition of Cher’s song “Strong Enough” during the daily Kellyoke part of the episode of The Kelly Clarkson Show that aired on Thursday.

Towards the beginning of the performance, a soft piano served as an accompaniment to Clarkson’s vocals while she sung the first verse. Once she sang the chorus, her stage lights became more prominent. After that, the other members of her band, which is appropriately named My Band Y’all, joined in on the fun dance routine, and Clarkson continued to belt out the rest of the piece.

Clarkson sung along with the piano, “I don’t need your pity / There’s nothing you can say or do for me / And I don’t want a miracle / You’ll never change for no one.” “And I hear your reasons why / Where did you sleep last night? / And was she worth it / Was she worth it?” “And I hear your reasons why / Where did you sleep last night?”

Clarkson demonstrated that she is “Strong Enough” to take bold fashion risks by performing the cover of the 1998 classic while wearing a dress with a distinctive design and accessorizing it with one of her signature belts.

This Cher song was written by composers Mark Taylor and Paul Barry for her album Believe, which was released in 1998. It reached its highest position on the Billboard Hot 100 chart at number 57.

The album itself was successful commercially and critically, reaching its highest position on the Billboard 200 at number four, and it was nominated for a Grammy the following year in the category of best pop vocal album.

In addition, this is not the first time that Clarkson has experimented with performing a Cher song on her program. After their first encounter at the 2018 Kennedy Center Honors, Kelly Clarkson and Cher collaborated on a performance of “If I Could Turn Back Time” in 2019, and the presenter even invited the music icon, who is 76 years old, to appear on her program in December of the same year.

Other recent performances on Kellyoke by Clarkson have included the 1974 hit song “Lady Marmalade” by Labelle, “California Dreamin” by The Mamas & The Papas, “Til You Can’t” by Cody Johnson, “Umbrella” by Rihanna, and “I’m So Into You” by SWV.

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