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An Amerikanong parakantang si Kelly Clarkson nagpaluwas nin duwang album na video asin nagluwas sa apatnapulo-sarong music video. Kan 2002, ginibo niya an saiyang pagpamidbid sa paagi kan album na music video na "Before Your Love", na tulos ipinaluwas matapos na manggana sa pinakainot na edisyon kan American Idol. Kaiba digdi an "A Moment Like This", na naipaluwas man sa parehong taon. Poon sa saiyang debut studio album na Thankful (2003), nagpaluwas man si Clarkson nin mga video nin musika para sa mga solong kanta na "Miss Independent", "Low", asin "The Trouble with Love Is", an pinakamatriyumpo kun saan nakua kaini an saiyang tulong nominasyon sa MTV Video Music Award, kaiba na an Pinakamahusay na Bagong Artist sa sarong Video. Sinundan tulos ini nin pasasalamat sa pagluwas nin debut video album ni Clarkson na Miss Independent sa parehong taon. Kan 2004, sarong music video para sa saiyang solong Breakaway an ipinaluwas tanganing maipamidbid an tampok na pelikula kan Disney na The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement. Nagpaluwas man nin album an sophomore studio ni Clarkson nin Breakaway (2004) na may kaibang mga video nin musika kaiba kaini an "Since U Been Gone", "Behind These Hazel Eyes", "Because of You", "Walk Away", asin sarong dugang na live na video para sa "Breakaway ". An mga video nin musika para sa mga kantang "Because of You", nakakua sa kagabosan nin tatlong MTV Video Music Awards asin sarong ManyMusic Video Award. An ikaduwang album kan video ni Clarkson na Behind Hazel Eyes ipilubas kan 2005 bilang sarong kaibang kantang sa "Breakaway".

Poon sa saiyang ikatulong album sa studio na My December, tulong mga music video an ipinaluwas tanganing ibali sa "Never Again", "One Minute", asin "Don't Waste Your Time". Kan 2009, an pan-apat na album nin studio ni Clarkson na All I Ever Wanted nagpaluwas nin tulong video nin musika para sa mga kantang "My Life Would Suck Without You", "I Do Not Hook Up", asin "Already Gone", kaiba sa mga nanginot sa pag-ako nin nominasyon para sa MTV Video Music Award. Poon 2011 hanggan 2012, tulong mga music video an ipinaluwas gikan sa saiyang ikalimang studio album na Stronger tanganing iiba an mga kantang "Mr. Know It All", "Stronger (What Doesn't Kill You)", asin "Dark Side", gabos ini bilang kolektibo, nakakua nin tulong mga nominasyon para sa sarong MTV Video Music Award asin ManyMusic Video Award. Sinundan an Stronger kan saiyang pinakadakulang hit album, an Greatest Hits – Chapter One na nagluwas ninmga music video na "Catch My Breath", "Don't Rush" asin "People Like Us", an huring duwa digdi pinaghirang para sa sarong gawad kan CMT Music asin sarong MTV Video Music Award, sosog sa pakasambit. Poon 2013 hanggan 2014, tulong mga music video an pinaluwas niya tanganing i-promote an saiyang inot na Christmas album Wrapped in Red: duwang live na video nin pagganap para sa mga kantang "Underneath the Tree" asin "Silent Night" gikan sa espesyal na telebisyon na Kelly Clarkson's Cautionary Christmas Music Tale, asin video para sa titular track. Sa bilog na 2015, an saiyang ika-pitong record sa studio na Piece by Piece nagpaluwas nin tulong video sa musika para sa "Heartbeat Song", "Invincible" asin "Piece by Piece". An ikawalong album ni Clarkson, Meaning of Life, nagpaluwas nin mga video nin musika para sa "Love So Soft", "I Don't Think About You", asin "Meaning of Life".

Bilang kadagdagan sa saiyang mga gibong pangmusika, si Clarkson nagluwas sa pelikula asin telebisyon bilang sarong artista asin isang tampok. Ginibo niya an debut kan pelikula bilang lead actress sa tampok na 2003 From Justin to Kelly. Bago manggana nin American Idol, si Clarkson nagluwas bilang dagdag na artista sa serye sa telebisyon That '80s Show asin Sabrina the Teenage Witch kan 2002. Nagpamidbid siya sa telebisyon bilang sarong aktres sa programang American Dreams kan 2003 asin nagluwas bilang bisita asin sarong tagatukdo sa manlainlain na mga kumpetisyon sa telebisyon, kabilang an American Idol, Canadian Idol, X Factor, asin The Voice. Si Clarkson nagluwas bilang sarong hurado at tagatukdo sa dai naghaloy na serye na Duets kan 2012 asin ginampanan an pagigin sarong coach sa ika-kag-apat na edisyon kan The Voice kan 2018. Nag-host man siya kan saiyang sadiring daytime talk show, an Kelly Clarkson Show kan 2019. Nagin taga-indorso man siya kan mga tatak na Ford, NASCAR, Pepsi, Amazon Kindle, asin Citizen Watches.

Mga video album[liwaton | liwaton an gikanan]

Lista ng mga paglabas ng video, kasama ang iba pang mahahalagang detalye at pagkilala
Pamagat Detalye sa album Pinakamataas na pwesto sa chart MGa pagkilala
US
Video

[1]
Miss Independent[2]
  • Released: November 18, 2003
  • Label: RCA, 19, S
  • Format: DVD
Behind Hazel Eyes[4]
  • Released: March 29, 2005
  • Label: StudioWorks, 19
  • Format: DVD
7
"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.

Mga music video[liwaton | liwaton an gikanan]

Lista kan mga music video, kaiba an taon kun suarin ipinaluwas, iba pang (mga) performer na tinawan nin kredito, direktor, asin paglaladawan
Titulo Taon Iba pang (mga) performer (Mga) direktor Paglaladawan Ref.
"Before Your Love" 2002 None Antti J Clarkson prepares to leave for a party hosted by her boyfriend in honor of winning American Idol.[5] Credited as Clarkson's first music video.[6][7] [8]
"A Moment Like This" 2002 None Antti J Singing at an empty theater, Clarkson reflects on her tenure on the first season of American Idol.[9] Immediately released after "Before Your Love".[6] [10]
"Miss Independent" 2003 None Liz Friedlander Clarkson performs at a house party until meeting a man whose reflection she keeps seeing in mirrors.[11] It received three nominations at the 2003 MTV Video Music Awards, including Best New Artist in a Video.[12] [13]
"Low" 2003 None Antti J Clarkson sings and drives through a desert with her old boyfriend's car, which she later drives off a cliff.[14] [15]
"The Trouble with Love Is" 2003 None Bryan Barber Clarkson witnesses various troubled relationships in an apartment where couples are viewing the film Love Actually on its rooftop.[16] [17]
"Breakaway" 2004 None Dave Meyers Clarkson reminisces her journey from a small town girl to a pop star at the premiere of the film The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement.[18] [19]
"Since U Been Gone" 2004 None Alex De Rakoff Clarkson decimates the apartment her ex-boyfriend shares with another woman.[20] It won two MTV Video Music Awards for Best Female Video and Best Pop Video at the 2005 presentation.[21] [22]
"Behind These Hazel Eyes" 2005 None Joseph Kahn Clarkson attempts to escape from her wedding after seeing visions of her groom having an affair.[23] The video received an nomination for a MuchMusic Video Award.[24] [25]
"Because of You" 2005 None Vadim Perelman Clarkson is reminded of her troubled divorced childhood by her younger self to stop her own household from falling apart.[26] It won the MTV Video Music Award for Best Female Video at the 2006 program and a MuchMusic Video Award at the 2006 event.[27] [28]
"Walk Away" 2006 None Joseph Kahn People from different walks of life across the city begin to sing the song while Clarkson is performing it on the radio station.[29] [30]
"Breakaway" 2006 None None Released exclusively to European countries, Clarkson performs the song live from the Hammersmith Apollo in London. [31]
"Go" 2006 None Christian Lamb Produced by the Ford Motor Company for its "Bold Moves" marketing campaign, two manifestations of Clarkson (in monochrome and color) attempt to outrace each other while driving in 2007 Ford Shelby GT500 Mustangs.[32] [33]
"Never Again" 2007 None Joseph Kahn Clarkson haunts her ex-husband for attempting to murder her in order to elope with his mistress.[34] [35]
"One Minute" 2007 None None Released exclusively to Australia, Clarkson performs the song live from the Take 40 Australia's Live Lounge program. [36]
"Because of You" 2007 Reba McEntire Roman White Playing 1930s lounge performers at a singing bar, McEntire tries to convince Clarkson to leave an abusive relationship.[37] It was nominated for a CMT Music Award for Collaborative Video of the Year in 2008.[38] [39]
"Don't Waste Your Time" 2007 None Roman White Clarkson plays a darker version of Sleeping Beauty featuring a prince who is having a severe difficulty of finding her.[40] [41]
"My Life Would Suck Without You" 2009 None Wayne Isham Clarkson's erratic relationship with her boyfriend transits from tumultuous taunting to dysfunctional love.[42] The video was nominated for an MTV Video Music Award for Best Female Video.[43] [44]
"I Do Not Hook Up" 2009 None Bryan Barber Clarkson plays a good girl with hedonistic fantasies.[45] [46]
"Already Gone" 2009 None Joseph Kahn Clarkson performs the song as a phantom accompanied by a mirage of musical instruments.[47] [48]
"Don't You Wanna Stay" 2010 Jason Aldean Paul Miller Aldean and Clarkson perform the song live from the 2010 CMA Awards. It received a nomination for a CMT Music Award in 2011.[49] [50]
"Mr. Know It All" 2011 None Justin Francis Clarkson reproaches mainstream media's perception of her character.[51] It was nominated for a MuchMusic Video Award in 2012.[52] [53]
"Stronger (What Doesn't Kill You)" 2011 None Shane Drake Clarkson forms a global flash mob featuring audience-submitted videos of various people performing the song in different locations.[54] It received a MuchMusic Video Award nomination in 2012.[52] [55]
"Dark Side" 2012 None Shane Drake Clarkson comforts downtrodden people suffering from bullying, unemployment, war, and weight issues.[56] It was nominated for an MTV Video Music Award for Best Video with a Message.[57] [58]
"Get Up (A Cowboys Anthem)" 2012 None None Behind-the-scenes footage of Clarkson recording the song, interspersed with Dallas Cowboys archival vignettes.[59] [59]
"Catch My Breath" 2012 None Nadia Marquard Otzen Clarkson conjures the elements representing breath-like emotions.[60] [61]
"Don't Rush"
(CMA Awards Performance 2012)
2012 Vince Gill Paul Miller Clarkson and Gill perform the song live from the 2012 CMA Awards. It was nominated for a CMT Music Award in 2013.[62] [63]
"People Like Us" 2013 None Chris Marrs Piliero Clarkson covertly rescues a young girl from a monochromatic world.[64] The video was nominated for an MTV Video Music Award for Best Video with a Social Message.[65] [66]
"Tie It Up" 2013 None Weiss Eubanks Clarkson performs at a wedding party; featuring audience-submitted content of people in wedding-themed events.[67] [68]
"Underneath the Tree" 2013 None Hamish Hamilton
Weiss Eubanks
Featuring behind-the-scenes footage of Kelly Clarkson's Cautionary Christmas Music Tale television special, Clarkson performs a reprise of the song.[69] [70]
"Silent Night" 2013 Reba McEntire
Trisha Yearwood
Hamish Hamilton Clarkson, Yearwood, and McEntire perform the song live from Kelly Clarkson's Cautionary Christmas Music Tale television special.[71] [72]
"Wrapped in Red" 2014 None Weiss Eubanks Clarkson performs the song while reminiscing her Christmas past.[73] [74]
"Heartbeat Song" 2015 None Marc Klasfeld Various heartbroken people find a chance to love again as Clarkson performs the track.[75] [76]
"Invincible" 2015 None Alon Isocianu Accompanied by Clarkson, women of different walks of life begin to break free from their adversities.[77] [78]
"Second Hand Heart" 2015 Ben Haenow James Lees Haenow hitchhikes his way through Nashville to go home to Clarkson.[79] [80]
"All I Ask of You"
(From Josh Groban: Stages Live)
2015 Josh Groban Dick Carruthers Groban and Clarkson perform the song live from Stages Live television special.[81] [82]
"Piece by Piece" 2015 None Alon Isocianu Presented in black-and-white, Clarkson celebrates women of all ages with her daughter.[83] [84]
"Love So Soft" 2017 None Dave Meyers Clarkson sings at different setups of how love can come across — from explosive and defiant, to bold, sexy & sassy.[85] [86]
"I've Loved You Since Forever" 2018 Hoda Kotb None Clarkson sings the lullaby from a recording studio, accompanied by a silhouette animation of a mother and her child.[87] [87]
"I Don't Think About You" 2018 None Sarah McColgan Clarkson, empowered by the afflictions endured by the ghosts of her younger self, sings her past hardships away—now proud of the woman she has become.[88] [89]
"Meaning of Life" 2018 None Sarah McColgan Clarkson's darkened past is cascaded by a new light by finding the "meaning of life"—the love of her children.[90] [91]
"Broken & Beautiful" 2019 None Jay Martin Clarkson sings in her dressing room with her daughter, River Rose. Meanwhile, her UglyDolls character, Moxy, sneaks her way into the theater and on stage alongside Clarkson.[92] [93]

Pilmograpiya[liwaton | liwaton an gikanan]

Lista nin mga pagganap sa pelikula, na ipinpahiling an pagpaluwas asin mga toltolan
Titulo Taon Papel Toltolan Ref.
Issues 101 2002 Crystal [94]
From Justin to Kelly 2003 Kelly Taylor [95]
Broke* 2011 Bilang siya Documentary [96]
The Star 2017 Leah Voice role [97]
UglyDolls 2019 Moxy Voice role [98]
Trolls World Tour 2020 Delta Dawn Voice role [99]

Telebisyon[liwaton | liwaton an gikanan]

Lista nin mga papel sa telebisyon, taon nin pagpaluwas asin mga toltolan
Titulo Taon Papel Mga toltolan Ref.
That '80s Show 2002 Dancer Uncredited role [100]
Sabrina the Teenage Witch 2002 Girl Uncredited role
American Idol 2002 Contestant Season 1, 24 episodes (winning contestant) [101]
MADtv 2002 Bilang siya Season 8, episode 1
American Juniors 2003 Musical guest Season 1, episode 12
Diary 2002 Bilang siya Season 1, one episode
Australian Idol 2003 Mentor Season 1, one episode
American Dreams 2003 Brenda Lee Season 2, episode 1
An American Idol Christmas 2003 Bilang siya Television special [101]
World Idol 2003–04 Bilang siya Two-episode special (runner-up contestant)
King of the Hill 2004 Bilang siya(voice) Season 8, episode 19
American Dreams 2004 Brenda Lee Season 3, episode 9
Kelly, Ruben & Fantasia: Home for Christmas 2004 Bilang siya Television special
Saturday Night Live 2005 Musical guest Season 30, episode 12
Damage Control 2005 Bilang siya Season 1, episode 4
CMT Giants: Reba 2006 Bilang siya Television special
Reba 2007 Kelly Season 6, episode 8
CMT Crossroads 2007 Bilang siya Episode 24
London Live 2009 Bilang siya Series 5, episode 4 [102]
X Factor 2009 Mentor Season 2, one episode [103]
Saturday Night Live 2009 Musical guest Season 34, episode 18 [101]
Get Schooled 2009 Bilang siya Documentary
Superstar K 2010 Guest judge Season 2, one episode [104]
Phineas and Ferb 2011 Bilang siya(voice) Season 3, episode 139 [101]
Saturday Night Live 2012 Musical guest Season 37, episode 11
The Voice 2012 Adviser Season 2, 4 episodes
Duets 2012 Judge/mentor Season 1, 9 episodes
Blake Shelton's Not So Family Christmas 2012 Bilang siya Television special
Who Do You Think You Are? 2013 Bilang siya Season 4, episode 1
The Crazy Ones 2013 Bilang siya Season 1, episode 1
Kelly Clarkson's Cautionary Christmas Music Tale 2013 Bilang siya Television special
Nashville 2014 Bilang siya Season 2, episode 11
American Idol 2015 Mentor Season 14, episode 23
Josh Groban: Stages Live 2015 Bilang siya Television special [105]
American Idol 2016 Guest judge Season 15, episode 16 [101]
A Pentatonix Christmas Special 2016 Bilang siya Television special
The Voice 2017 Key Advisor Season 13 [106]
Home: Adventures with Tip & Oh 2017 Bilang siya(voice) Television special [107]
The Voice 2018–presente Coach Season 14–presente [108][109]
Sugar 2018 Bilang siya Season 1, episode 7 [110]
The Kelly Clarkson Show 2019–presente Bilang siya Daytime talk show [111]
The Morning Show 2019 Herself Season 1, episode 4 [112]

Mga palatastas[liwaton | liwaton an gikanan]

List of advertisements, showing year released, roles and description
Patalastas Taon Mga tampok na kanta Paglaladawan Ref.
2003 MTV Movie Awards 2003 "A Moment Like This" Clarkson appears as Seann William Scott's dream co-host, which turns out to be Justin Timberlake [113]
Oxygen 2004 (Di-nauugnay) Clarkson promotes the network on its "Watch it!" advertisement. [114]
Proactiv 2006 (Di-nauugnay) Clarkson reveals her testimony about the benefits of using the product [115]
Ford Motor Company 2006 "Go" Clarkson drives a Ford Mustang and announces a promotional raffle to win tickets to her Addicted Tour [116]
NASCAR 2007 "One Minute" Clarkson performs and races at the Daytona 500. [117]
Vitamin Water 2007 (Di-nauugnay) Clarkson is interviewed about her third album and upon drinking the product, she demonstrates a unique talent. [118]
Ford Motor Company 2007 (Di-nauugnay) Clarkson promotes the company's "Warriors in Pink" campaign. [119]
NASCAR Foundation 2007 (Di-nauugnay) Clarkson appears and the spokesperson for the fourth annual NASCAR day. [120]
Toyota Camry 2011 "Stronger (What Doesn't Kill You)" Clarkson, Andrew Zimmern, James Lipton and Chris Berman, embark on a road trip while listening to the song in the car. [121]
Pepsi 2013 "Get Up (A Cowboys Anthem)" Clarkson's song is exclusively used to promote the "Pepsi NFL Anthems" campaign. [122]
Amazon Kindle Fire HDX
Wrapped in Red
2013 "Underneath the Tree" Clarkson joins a family as they celebrate the holiday season by using the product to listen to her Christmas album. [123]
Citizen Watch 2014 (Di-nauugnay) Clarkson overcomes the adversities of the music industry while wearing her watch. [124]
Wayfair 2020 (Di-nauugnay) Clarkson helps a couple buy things for their kitchen. [125]

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