Clive Davis, record industry mogul and the man who takes credit for finding and grooming artists like Whitney Houston, Alicia Keys, Janis Joplin, Jennifer Hudson and many more, finds himself in Kelly Clarkson’s crosshairs.
No country artist swept any of the major, multi-genre awards this year, as Lady Antebellum did in 2011. But in terms of overall exposure, country music was well-represented during the 55th GRAMMY Awards.
Kelly Clarkson took the GRAMMY stage not to sing one of her own songs, but instead to pay tribute to two legends.
GRAMMY nominee Michelle Obama has a couple of predictions for this year’s awards show.
The GRAMMYs announced today that Kelly Clarkson has been added to the growing list of GRAMMY Awards performers on Feb. 10.
What started as simple advice from a mother to her daughter became one of the well-known and beloved songs of 2012.
Not only is Kelly Clarkson nominated three times for the 55th GRAMMYs, she was just added to the list of performers set to take the GRAMMY stage!
She was American Idol’s very first winner, and ten years later, Kelly Clarkson is proving she still holds the number one spot.
“Was Bill Clinton checking out your butt?” That’s the question Lisa Dent and Ramblin’ Ray of Chicago’s US99.5 posed to Kelly Clarkson during an interview this week.
Kelly Clarkson has been all over the news not only for her stellar performance of “My Country, ‘Tis of Thee” during the inauguration, but also of a candid moment of former president Bill Clinton caught photobombing her appearance–craning his neck to get a better look at her during the ceremony.