Kelly Clarkson, who has an incredible amount of skill, has returned with yet another fantastic cover of a traditional song.
On the episode of her daytime chat program “The Kelly Clarkson Show”, the singer gave an unforgettable performance of a rendition of “Unchained Melody” by The Righteous Brothers.
The singer, who is 38 years old, absolutely nailed this version of “Kellyoke,” just like she has nailed every other version of the song she has ever covered.
Kelly performed a rendition of the song with a slower tempo while standing on a stage that was dimly illuminated and covered with market string lights.
She nailed every note, precisely nailing both the bass tones and the high tones, and even the crucial falsetto stretch near the conclusion of the song. After hearing her breathtaking performance, fans of American Idol were left in a state of amazement.
An upload of the performance was made to YouTube, and hundreds of admirers left positive comments on the most recent Kellyoke.
Alex North and Hy Zaret collaborated in 1955 to compose “Unchained Melody” for the motion picture “Unchained,” which was set in a jail.
This timeless tune has been covered by several well-known artists, including U2, Elvis Presley, Roy Hamilton, LeAnn Rimes, and Cyndi Lauper.
Over 1,500 different versions of it have been recorded in a variety of languages, and this count does not even include live cover versions of the song.
However, the rendition performed by The Righteous Brothers in 1965 was the one that stood out from the others.
After being used as the background music for the famous pottery scene in the hit film “Ghost,” starring Demi Moore and Patrick Swayze, it quickly became the most famous version of the song.