Kelly Clarkson confirmed off her rock n’ roll facet and gave a brand new taste to Ed Sheeran’s “Shivers.”

On Tuesday, Clarkson graced the stage once more with a brand new cowl throughout her “The Kelly Clarkson Present” Kellyoke collection. This time, Sheeran’s “Shivers” obtained a tougher edge as Clarkson’s band, Y’all, accompanied her with drum fills and electrical guitar background.

As her excellent performances in Kellyoke proceed to take over the web, her followers expressed their want to see the singer launch an album with all of the covers she did in her present.

One fan mentioned, “Kelly can take a music and make it even higher than the unique! She must launch an album of her covers of Kellyoke!”

“Kelly must launch an album of covers known as ‘Kelly Clarkson Sings Different Artist’s Songs Higher Than They Do,'” one other jokingly mentioned.

As of press time, the clip – which was additionally shared by The Kelly Clarkson Present’s YouTube Channel – already earned greater than 11,000 views.

Earlier than unleashing her Sheeran vibes, Clarkson not too long ago carried out the war-themed observe, “99 Crimson Balloons.” The music felt well timed because of the ongoing battle between Russia and Ukraine.

Ed Sheeran is Again on Charts!

Clarkson seemingly made Sheeran return to the charts once more.

On Tuesday, Billboard confirmed that the singer secured No. 1 on the Billboard Artist 100 chart for March 5 because of the continued success of his album, “=” and his singles together with “Dangerous Habits.” As of press time, Sheeran’s album ranks 11th on the Billboard 200. MRC Information confirmed that it bought over 24,000 equal album items.

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Whereas Sheeran enjoys consideration and success these days, he additionally took his time to elucidate why he launched “Dangerous Habits” first earlier than “Shivers.”

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In an interview with GQ, he revealed that “Shivers” helped him determine to call his album “=” as a substitute of “-“. For what it is price, he has launched albums +, x, and ÷ up to now years.

In accordance with Sheeran, “Shivers” doesn’t really feel prefer it belongs to – album. The identical factor goes for his different music, “Overpass Graffiti.”

He shared the identical sentiments in a 2021 Instagram put up, saying that “Dangerous Habits” and “Shivers” felt like they belonged to totally different seasons. Sheeran mentioned “Shivers” was speculated to be the lead single of the album as a substitute of “Dangerous Habits.” However because it felt prefer it was a music for summer season whereas “Shivers” was for autumn, he dropped “Dangerous Habits” first.

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