Kelly Clarkson and Taylor Swift exchanged songs

11.14.2019     /     News author: Alexandra

Kelly Clarkson and Taylor Swift exchanged songs
© Instagram / Kelly Clarkson
Both celebrities maintain a relationship as mentors in the program "The Voice", both Taylor Swift and Kelly Clarkson are two of the most popular singers of the moment. But it is worth remembering that the interpreter of “Me!” Said that for her it is an enriching experience, so she added: “I am very excited to be your mentor. In fact, I had no idea they called me ‘mega mentor’ and that comes to mind, no doubt. It makes me feel good".

Also, in a previous note in The Intransigent, these statements of the 29-year-old blonde were reviewed when they began the qualifying rounds in the competition. So a couple of weeks later, Swift experienced another touching moment, but this time he received a play from the artist Kelly Clarkson in full program entitled "The Kelly Clarkson Show."

It turns out that the winner of the first season of "American Idol" modified the format of her program to pay tribute to the Swift album, entitled "Lover" that opened on August 23 and already exceeds a sales record; It is above Lady Gaga's productions with "Shadow", the theme of the soundtrack of the film "A Star Is Born."

Now, before starting his traditional segment, Kelly Clarkson performed the song "Delicate" that emerges from the album entitled "Reputation" by Swift. However, he made a couple of changes according to his style like making it shorter, for example. While during the end of the song, Kelly Clarkson decided to raise the tone one octave above the original version. This without damaging Swift arrangements.

Finally, and as expected, the tribute to Taylor Swift was cheered by the attendees. In a matter of seconds Kelly Clarkson also thanked the receptivity so he said goodbye with a huge smile. Little by little it is revealed that between Swift and Kelly Clarks, you have a true friendship, that goes beyond the scenarios and any professional commitment.

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