It’s tough to leave Kelly Clarkson speechless as “The Voice” mentor has graced notorious on the singing contest for her ability of gab. She also descended her own NBC talk show last year, but the customarily talkative Clarkson didn’t have enough to say post-Kelsie Watts’ performance of her own song.
Kelsie Watts slowed down Clarkson’s “I Dare You” for a further intimate feel while Monday’s Blind Auditions. The Nashville native said she would take a risk and sing Clarkson’s song when she will try to keep her safe.
Typically, composing a coach’s song doesn’t go over too well. As in Season 17, artist Lauren Hall was sent home after singing Clarkson’s “Breakaway” in front of her.
Gwen Stefani stated on Monday that Clarkson is never easy on someone who attempts to sing one of her songs to which Clarkson agrees. But Watts seemed to be an exception. Clarkson was all surprised and speechless; she explicitly mentioned to Watts that she could not just come up and sing her song like that!
An astounded Clarkson said: “Oh my gosh, you just one-upped me on my own song.”
Watts picked Clarkson as her mentor, replying that she is glad to hear that. Clarkson’s long-winded pitches, however, weren’t gone for long.
Clarkson and Legend immediately applied, accompanied by Stefani and Shelton.
“You just sang ‘Unbreak My Heart’ on ‘The Voice and nailed it,” Clarkson said. “I don’t know what’s happening.”
The American Idol alum set Blake Shelton to rest while attempting to acquire over the Houston artist. The longtime mentor quipped that have not had a birthday since she started talking. John Legend accepted, saying Clarkson, that your pitch goes a lot of different ways which becomes very difficult to follow at times.