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Kelly Clarkson's Burgundy Gown for The Voice Finale Night 1 Is So Glamorous

This outfit is a total show-stopper. 

By Christopher Rosa
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The Voice Season 23 finale is upon us, and with that comes show-stopping style moments from the Coaches, particularly Kelly Clarkson. The pop icon has been killing it in the style department all season, serving us everything from Stevie Nicks-inspired dresses to electric eye shadow and lots of fun jewelry. 

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That said, it's only natural Clarkson up the glamour for The Voice finale episodes. These are the biggest episodes of the season — and they're live — so fashion choices should reflect that. 

And we have to say, Clarkson totally understood (and nailed) the assignment for Night 1 of the finale, which took place on May 22 and saw the Top 5 Artists give their final performances. Clarkson was bopping along all night in her red chair, dressed in a glamorous burgundy gown with see-through elements and sleeves that turned into gloves. Think Old Hollywood jazz club with a punk-rock twist. The outfit is the epitome of cool. 

See for yourself what Kelly Clarkson wore on The Voice finale Night 1 in the photo, below. For her glam, she opted for simple makeup and kept her long, blonde hair straight and down. For jewelry, she rocked long, dangly earrings and a ring that stretched across a few of her fingers, worn over her sleeves. Her whole execution is just chef's kiss

Kelly Clarkson on The Voice.

It's been so great to see Clarkson back in a red chair on The Voice this season. As Blake Shelton's most recent Coach rival, it's only fitting she returned for the cowboy's last-ever season as a Coach. 

"I actually have been talking to Blake a bit about this being his last season. And I'm like, 'It's not gonna hit you until afterwards. It's gonna hit you. It's been a part of your life for so long. And it's gonna hit you after,'" Clarkson told NBC Insider. "I think he knows that, but I also think he knows that it's time. He's been doing it a long time, and I think it's a really cool way that we all know he's leaving so we get the time to, like—I mean, I can't stand him, but I also love him. So we get the time to actually, like, lift him up and say how great he is. He is the ultimate Coach on this show. Everybody knows that. He's won the most, and he, honest to God, helps the Artists afterwards. And it's an incredible thing that he's done for so many Artists. It's a loss for The Voice."

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