There was something so pleasant about that place.


There was something so pleasant about that place.

If you’ve been reading BreatheHeavy this week (you betta), you’re very familiar by now with Kelly Clarkson’s covers campaign. Beginning on Monday, Godson alerted fans she has a big announcement slated for Friday (June 24), so to hype up the surprise, she’s performing one cover a day until the reveal.

On Monday (June 20), Clarkson kicked off the event with a soaring rendition of Otis Redding’s 1967 hit “These Arms of Mine” from the Dirty Dancing soundtrack, then chose to sing Foreigner’s “I Want to Know What Love Is” on Tuesday which she dedicated to the victims in Orlando. On Wednesday, she belted out Aretha Franklin’s “Something He Can Feel.”

“I didn’t know that so many people would care,” Clarkson said of her covers week. “So I really hope you think the announcement’s cool…I’m a little nervous.”

We care, Kelly, and that includes her latest cover of Gnarls Barkley’s “Crazy,” which made her nervous to sing because of all the syllables. This video, like the rest, features an anxious Clarkson jabbering away before and after her rendition.

They had a bit of a technical difficulty in the beginning, so be patient. Watch:

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