Kelly Clarkson is far from the “Shallow” now.
During Green Bay, WI tour stop on Friday night, the Meaning of Life singer, 36, delivered a powerhouse cover of Lady Gaga’s Oscar-nominated hit from the film A Star Is Born. Clarkson shared it online as part of her latest “A Minute and a Glass of Wine” segment.
“This song, I love it… I thought she and Bradley Cooper did an awesome job,” she told the crowd, adding, “We’re gonna do our version of it ’cause obviously, I don’t have a Bradley Cooper here. So I’m just holding it down.”
Just call Clarkson the cover queen with all the covers she delivered over the years. We wouldn’t be mad if she decided to release a new album purely of covers, like with “Never Enough” from The Greatest Showman, “It’s Quiet Uptown” from Broadway’s Hamilton, and The Guess Who’s “American Woman.”
Gushing of Lady Gaga, Clarkson said on stage, “We’re really different but we’re really similar in the fact that she loves music and that’s why she’s doing what she’s doing. Honestly, I remember her first single, we actually did a show together combined for some event and she is one of the only artists that has ever [sent] me a hand-written letter saying, ‘Thank you so much, it was an honor to open for you.’ She’s the nicest lady ever.”
Watch a clip of the cover in the video above, and for the full 20-minute “A Minute and a Glass of Wine,” check out Clarkson’s Facebook below.