The "American Idol" winner took her Instagram fans on a very enthusiastic guided tour of her new daytime show, debuting Monday, September 9.
It's possible that there's someone out there more excited than Kelly Clarkson about Kelly Clarkson getting her own daytime talk show called "The Kelly Clarkson Show," but we kind of doubt it.
The pop star and first "American Idol" winner treated her fans to an impromptu video tour of her show's new set, complete with a glimpse of the show's seating area, band setup and new logo.
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And throughout, a positively glowing Clarkson couldn't stop beaming and giggling in shock and awe that she has her own talk show. Her joy is so infectious that by the end of the tour, everyone still working feverishly on the set and probably most of her fans as well, can't help but smile along with her.
"Nobody asked me to do this; I'm just excited," Clarkson said into the camera as she made her way onto the set. "Like not one person."
As she stepped out into the main room that will make up her show, she marveled, "Oh my gosh, look at it!"
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It does look like a very breezy and fun space, with guitars hanging over the studio audience, a big roomy stage area with couches and comfortable seating for Clarkson and her guests, and a very cool neon sign she had to point out that shows the name of the show. It even looks like she incorporated her gold albums onto the set.
"Look at it. It's 'The Kelly Clarkson Show.' I have a show," Clarkson laughed, pointing at her logo. "They ran out of everyone to ask. It's fine. This is really exciting. This is very exciting. I have a show."
Her final concluding thought was, "Hope I don't suck!"
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Honestly, it's hard to imagine she will. If she brings this much enthusiasm and excitement just to checking out her studio space, we can only imagine how much gusto and passion she's going to have for the show itself. Plus, Clarkson is a natural talker, a quick wit and has always proven very entertaining in a conversation. We suspect she'll be just fine.
And she needn't worry about guests, either. Quoting herself from the video, Clarkson captioned her video, "Don't you want to come here?"
Hoda Kotb quickly jumped into the comments to reply, saying, "Ummmm yes." And it looks like Clarkson and her team are down for an appearance, promising the broadcaster a seat and a glass of wine.
Syndicated by NBC nationwide, "The Kelly Clarkson Show" is set to premiere Monday, September 9.
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