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Kelly Clarkson is Teaming Up with Her 9-Year-Old Daughter for a New Song: Details
The Voice's Coach and her daughter River Rose's track will be featured on the deluxe version of her latest album Chemistry.
Looks like Kelly Clarkson's mini-me is already going to have a song credit under her name!
Clarkson's 9-year-old daughter, River Rose, will be featured on the 41-year-old's brand new track titled "you don't make me cry," per People. The tune will be included in Clarkson's deluxe version of her new album Chemistry, which will be released September 22, 2023. It will include eight additional tracks. Although the details of the exciting collaboration between Clarkson and her daughter are not yet known, we have no doubt the song will be a blast to listen to.
Recording songs together isn't the only way Clarkson likes to spend time with her children. She also has a 7-year-old son named Remington, and during a December episode of The Kelly Clarkson Show, she told actor Kyle Chandler how she had a "date night" with Remy while watching Chandler's film Slumberland.
"He was glued to the screen. As I was. It is one of my favorite movies I've seen in a very long time. You know why? Its beautiful aesthetically, its so well done. But also, it just comes down to the story and how it unfolds," she said.
Clarkson also praised the film's ability to cover heavy emotional subjects and make them digestible for children. "To know that you're not alone in those emotions and how to handle grief and all those things, and how to process and not compartmentalize and escape, its just such a fantastic movie for kids. It is very deep."
Kelly Clarkson collaborates with Steve Martin
River Rose isn't the only special guest to be featured on Chemistry. Clarkson also collaborated with the one and only Steve Martin for the thirteenth track titled "i hate love".
“I still can’t believe it happened!” Clarkson told ET Canada back in May. “I reference him in a song, and this movie he’s in and he’s such an incredible banjo player and musician,” she added before giving fans a detail about the song's sound. “I was like ‘I wonder if he would play on it’ because it’s like a pop punk song, ‘I wonder if he’d do it,’ and he said yes!”
She also talked about being a longtime fan of Martin's acting career. “Movies can be really ingrained in like a part of our lives and [they’re] so nostalgic, just like music. And so, you know, to be able to work with someone that’s just been in my life, like visually, since I was a little girl is incredible,” she said.