Clarkson also belts out the Google Translate version of "I Got You Babe" with Fallon.
Kelly Clarkson proved on "The Tonight Show" Monday that her hit song "Stronger" is a joy to listen to, no matter what lyrics are.
Jimmy Fallon challenged the newest judge on "The Voice" to sing the anthem after the lyrics were run through Google Translate, and she crushed it.
New lyrics included, "If you don't kill it then it's too strong/Remain in a small place/My dreaming by myself is not my fault/If you don't kill it, offer a bribe/My legs are increasing/You will not believe that I got lost."
Fallon then took his turn singing Portugal The Man's "Feel It Still," which translated to "Live in a Boat."
Instead of singing, "Ooh woo! I'm a rebel just for kicks, now. I've been feeling it since 1966, now," Fallon sang, "Your wood, I have not picked it up yet. I was angry because he was about 60."
And for the grand finale, the pop star and late-night host teamed up for Sonny and Cher's iconic "I Got You Babe," which translated to "I Have Your Child."
"That's so creepy," Clarkson said.