Kelly Clarkson's new video: 'Stronger (What Doesn't Kill You)'
Flash mobs just found a new theme song, courtesy of the just-released video for Kelly Clarkson’s latest single, “Stronger (What Doesn’t Kill You)” her second single off Stronger.
Like some of her previous vids, the clip is half Clarkson on a stage, full attitude with the microphone, sassily walking around singing her story.
The other half explains how she’s been wronged: In this case, the story is essentially a giant “It Gets Better/Can’t Hold Us Down” dance-off the world over. Everybody is getting stronger all over the place — and whether it’s an exercise class, the beach, or Times Square, it’s the perfect place to let loose and move on. It’s “Since U Been Gone” round two. Clarkson’s got your back.
Watch the video below:
My favorite part may be around 2:50, when Clarkson ditches the studio and the band and joins her fans for an old-fashioned dance party. Her goofy expressions — plus that karate chop — remind me why I’ve always loved her.
The awesome new vid isn’t the only great news for Clarkson fans. It was just announced she’ll also be releasing a nine-track iTunes EP session on December 27th, which will include reimagined versions of some of her biggest hits, as well as Christmas track, “I’ll Be Home for Christmas” (which is available for download now).
Readers: Who else wants to leave their cubicle and start dancing with Clarkson?