Kelly Clarkson continues promoting her eighth studio album, Meaning of Life on various entertainment programs. Check out the latest right here.
On the Nickelodeon Halo Awards, which aired Sunday night (Nov 26) the OG American Idol winner performed a fun medley of her hits, including ‘Since U Been Gone,’ ‘My Life Would Suck Without You,’ ‘Catch My Breath,’ and ‘Stronger (What Doesn’t Kill You),’ all leading up to her newest single, ‘Love So Soft.’
Country singer Kelsea Ballerini introduced Kelly with a mention of the work she’s done on behalf of the XQ Super School Project.
After the performance, she accepted the Halo Hall of Fame award with a little speech.
Also, check out this clip of Kelly performing the title track from Meaning of Life from the BBC’s Strictly Come Dancing Sunday episode (Nov 26). The show is 1) Killing Simon Cowell’s X Factor in the ratings 2) The British show ABC’s Dancing with the Stars is based upon. Fun Fact: Judge Bruno Tonioli performs double double duty on both shows. (So did Len Goodman before his recent retirement from Strictly.)
Bonus Video: Last week, Kelly dropped by Live with Kelly & Ryan to chat about her new record. She also talked a bit about her upcoming stint as coach on The Voice. She and Ryan Seacrest hugged it out! Ryan harbors no hard feeling toward Kelly for crossing enemy lines. Heh.