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Kelly Clarkson Hit the Most Heavenly High Notes Singing Lizzo's 'Good as Hell'

It's a certified bop!

By Jessica White
Kelly Clarkson Covers 'Good As Hell' By Lizzo | Kellyoke Encore

During the January 10th episode of The Kelly Clarkson Show, fans were treated to an excellent Kellyoke Encore: Clarkson's cover of the Lizzo hit "Good as Hell."

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As a returning Coach for The Voice Season 23—with four wins under her belt—Clarkson is a singing powerhouse and never fails to bring down the house with her performances. As expected, Clarkson's rendition of "Good as Hell" did not disappoint—especially in the belting department. 

Transforming the studio with dark red lighting, Clarkson's Kellyoke Encore performance felt like a night out on the town—with both the vibes and her song selection. Joined by her band, Y'all, and wearing an adorable pink dress, Clarkson looked radiant while performing her soulful take on the single

"Good as Hell" is no vocal walk in the park. There are several vocally demanding moments throughout, but Clarkson made it look easy as she glided through silky-smooth notes. With every "Baby, how you feeling?" the audience continued to get hyped up. Everyone undoubtedly felt good while dancing to Clarkson's stunning set. 

Raising the key for the final chorus of the track, Clarkson fearlessly belted the line, "If he don't love you anymore, then walk your fine ass out the door," and it was chilling. Clarkson's voice is a force to be reckoned with, and on this cover, she poured passion into each verse. The result was an energetic performance that will go down in the Kellyoke history books. 

Season 23 of The Voice, premiering March 6, will also go down in the history books. It will be Blake Shelton's last in the red chair, but don't worry: Clarkson isn't planning on going easy on him. "Will I go any easier on Blake knowing it's his last season? Do you know me at all? No!" Clarkson said in a recent interview with NBC Insider, laughing. "Do I hope secretly that he wins his last season? Maybe. But am I going to let him have it? No! I'm going to work for my Artists, and I hope they win!" 

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