In anticipation of Kelly Clarkson joining “The Voice” next season as a coach (along with Blake Shelton, Adam Levine and Alicia Keys), the three-time Grammy winner debuted her new single “Medicine” on the Season 13 finale. Clarkson is no stranger to reality TV shows. Fifteen years ago, she became the first-ever winner of “American Idol” and she’s since used that experience to mentor artists on “The Voice.” Watch Kelly Clarkson’s performance of “Medicine” above.
Also in the house during NBC’s star-studded “The Voice” finale was Season 12 winner Chris Blue, who debuted his latest song “Blue Blood Blues.” Other big names included Bebe Rexha, Charlie Puth, Norah Jones, Bastille, Sia, Jessie J, Billy Idol, Demi Lovato, Vince Gill and N.E.R.D. To see how it all played out, read our “The Voice” finale recap.
In the 15 years since her 2002 “American Idol” triumph, Clarkson has prevailed at the Grammys, MTV Video Music Awards, American Music Awards, Billboard Music Awards and more. However, something tells us her original trophy for winning “American Idol” may be her most prized award.
Clarkson’s biggest hits to date include “Because of You,” “Stronger,” “Since U Been Gone,” “Piece by Piece,” “Breakaway,” “Love So Soft,” and her “American Idol” anthem song “A Moment Like This.” Will “Medicine” be Kelly Clarkson’s next success story? “The Voice” Season 14 is expected to premiere in February of 2018.