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11 Mind-Blowing Kelly Clarkson Vocal Belts That Prove She's a Once-in-a-Generation Singer

Is there a song Clarkson can't sing?

By Jessica White
Kelly Clarkson Covers 'It's Raining Men' By The Weather Girls | Kellyoke

From the entertaining celebrity interviews to the delicious-looking cooking segmentsThe Kelly Clarkson Show has a little something for everyone.

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But there's no denying the universal acclaim for Kelly Clarkson's Kellyoke segment, when fans see the songstress perform covers of the most beloved bops. With such a versatile range, Clarkson always has at least one moment in each performance where it's hard to keep your jaw off the floor, especially when she belts. Clarkson's iconic belting ability has led her to become a chart-topping musician and beloved Coach of The Voice, with an extensive lineup of Kellyokes that prove that Clarkson can tackle virtually any song thrown her way. 

Let's relive some of the moments Clarkson's voice blew our minds.

Kelly Clarkson covers "Stupid Love" by Lady Gaga 

Kelly Clarkson Covers 'Stupid Love' By Lady Gaga | Kellyoke

Clarkson performed an iconic cover of Lady Gaga's "Stupid Love", and it was breathtaking. At about 1:10, Clarkson gears up for a phenomenal final chorus, giving us 10/10 vocals for the entire song. Needless to say, it's a Kellyoke performance that would make Gaga proud.

Kelly Clarkson performs "Heavy In Your Arms" by Florence + the Machine

Kelly Clarkson Covers 'Heavy In Your Arms' By Florence + the Machine | Kellyoke

Florence + the Machine has many vocally-impressive tracks, but "Heavy In Your Arms" was a real showstopper when Clarkson took on the haunting song. Around 1:20 is the minute mark for Clarkson's magic belting moment during this mesmerizing performance. 

Kelly Clarkson covers "Let's Hear It For the Boy" by Deneice Williams

Kelly Clarkson Covers 'Let's Hear It For The Boy' By Deneice Williams

Clarkson and the audience had a blast when she performed a classic popularized by FootlooseDeniece Williams' "Let's Hear It For The Boy". While the entire performance is fantastic, Clarkson hits an insanely cool high note at 1:35 that will live in your head rent-free. 

Kelly Clarkson takes on "Seven Nation Army" by The White Stripes

Kelly Clarkson Covers 'Seven Nation Army' By The White Stripes | Kellyoke

Clarkson is a vocal chameleon, effortlessly weaving between genres throughout her many Kellyoke performances. Clarkson rocked out with The White Stripes' "Seven Nation Army," and right around the 2:20 mark, the crowd went insane. 

Kelly Clarkson performs "Waiting For Tonight" by Jennifer Lopez

Kelly Clarkson Covers 'Waiting For Tonight' By Jennifer Lopez | Kellyoke

Throwing it back to the early 2000s, Clarkson gave the audience a slow and sultry cover of J-Lo's dance club hit "Waiting for Tonight." The entire performance is hypnotizing, but Clarkson takes it away at the 1:30 mark.

Kelly Clarkson covers "Monster Mash" by Bobby Pickett 

Kelly Clarkson Covers 'Monster Mash' By Bobby Pickett | Halloween Kellyoke

Who else could take the kooky and spooky "Monster Mash" and transform it into a full-on rock-n-roll ballad? Clarkson, of course. The Halloween episode of Season 3 of The Kelly Clarkson Show was full of entertaining tricks, with the 1:25 mark a real belting treat. 

Kelly Clarkson tackles "I'm So Into You" by SWV

Kelly Clarkson Covers 'I'm So Into You' By SWV | Kellyoke

It's hard to forget Clarkson's cover of "I'm So into You" by vocal trio SWV, throwing it back to the early '90s for some R&B fun. From 1:00 till the end, Clarkson gave us consistently stunning vocals, never faltering in her pitch. 

Kelly Clarkson performs "Rumour Has It" by Adele

Kelly Clarkson Covers 'Rumour Has It' By Adele | Kellyoke

Adele is another famed vocalist, making it all the more entertaining when Clarkson gave us a sultry and soulful version of her smash hit "Rumour Has It." The 1:00 mark is a moment that should go down in music history books. 

Kelly Clarkson covers "Queen of the Night" by Whitney Houston