Before performing the song, Clarkson praised Gaga as one of the "nicest" people she's met in the music industry.
Kelly Clarkson has us flying off the deep end in the best way.
During the singer's "A Minute and a Glass of Wine" segment on her "Meaning of Life" tour Friday night, which is always streamed live on Facebook, Clarkson belted out an incredible rendition of Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper's Oscar-nominated duet "Shallow" from "A Star Is Born."
Before performing the amazing cover, Clarkson praised Gaga, naming her one of the "nicest" people in the music industry. The "Love So Soft" singer also recalled the first time she and Gaga met.
"I love artists," Clarkson told the crowd. "I know there's a lot of competition always with artists in the industry, but there's a lot of us that just dig each other and really get inspired by each other and what they're doing. And this chick is amazing. We're really different but at the same time we're really similar in the fact that she just loves music and that's why she's doing what she's doing."
"I remember her first single, we actually did a show together, combined like for some event," she continued. "[Gaga] wrote me a handwritten letter like note like saying, 'Thank you so much it was an honor to open for you.'" She was the nicest human being ever. Her name is Lady Gaga."
"It's cool just to know that someone that talented is also really nice," Clarkson concluded. "I've been rooting for her for a while. This song, I just, I love it. It's from the movie she's nominated for like a billion awards for and I hope she wins. I thought she and Bradley Cooper did such a good job with this song."
See Clarkson's electric performance (around the 8:30 mark) above.
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