Kelly Clarkson, Her Changes and Transformations Throughout the Years

Kelly Clarkson first captivated the hearts of America when she won the title of the very first season of American Idol back in 2002. And since, her talent as a singer and spunky Southern belle charisma has made a last imprint on the entertainment industry and fans alike. She is known for her amazing voice and memorable personality, and has been able to take her platform as the first winner of American Idol and actually extend her career to a lasting legacy like many of her Idol cohorts. As her career has changed and evolved, so has her brand as an artist, as well as her personal life. Here are some of the many changes that Kelly Clarkson has undergone and endured.

Style as a musical artist

Since the beginning of her career in 2002, Kelly Clarkson has managed to churn out several top-charting hits, like “Since U Been Gone,” “Breakaway,” “Because of You,” “Heartbeat Song,” and “Miss Independent.” She has been known to dominate in any genre she chooses, easily flowing between pop and rock-n-roll to country. This might be one element that fans love about her the most, and proves why she has been able to sustain an almost 20-year career. 

She cites her inspiration to become a singer as Reba McEntire, specifically her song, “Read My Mind.” She said, “When I was a kid, for whatever reason, [McEntire’s] voice sounded like home.” So, despite her ability to transition between genres, Kelly Clarkson’s love for country music runs deep. 

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