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Kelly Clarkson covers The Pretenders ”Angel of the Morning’: Watch – Billboard

Kelly Clarkson opened the sixth episode (January 14) of her eponymous talk show with a lighthearted cover Pretender‘The 1995 rendition of “Angel of the Morning.”

Dressed in a sleek, black maxi dress, Clarkson belted out the lyrics of an illicit affair she couldn’t shake. “Call me morning angel, angel / Just touch my cheek before you leave me, baby,” she sings in the soaring chorus, backed by her full band. .

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The song, written by Chip Taylor in 1967, has been recorded by many artists beyond The Pretenders, including the original 1968 recording of Merrilee Rush, plus Dusty Springfield, Nina Simone, Olivia Newton-Johnand, most famously, Newton’s juice in 1981. It also appeared in more than a dozen movies and television shows, including Girl, interrupted, Jerry Maguire, Modern family, Charlie’s Angels, Leftovers and Charlie Wilson’s War.

Newton’s performance of “Angel of the Morning” reached #1 on Billboard Adult Contemporary chart April 11, 1981, where it spent three weeks at the top of the chart.

In her most recent “Kellyoke, Clarkson also included Prince“Kiss”, Sharon Van Ettenbelong to “Doomsday, ” “She was once mine” from Broadway’s Waitress, Rod Stewartby “Forever Young”, “Another Day in Paradise” by Phil Collins, and more.

Watch Kelly Clarkson sing “Angel of the Morning” below.

https://www.billboard.com/music/pop/kelly-clarkson-angel-of-the-morning-kellyoke-1235019476/ Kelly Clarkson covers The Pretenders ”Angel of the Morning’: Watch – Billboard

Dais Johnston

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