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Q Music Madness: #5 Kelly Clarkson vs. #4 Meghan Trainor– VOTE!

Forget that OTHER tournament that people are filling brackets out for during the month of March, it’s time for the ultimate competition – Q Music Madness… 187 more words

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Interview: Kelly Clarkson Loves Country But 'Will Always Make Pop Records'

In late 2012, Kelly Clarkson released Greatest Hits—Chapter One. The album was filled with breakup anthems including “Since You’ve Been Gone,” “Stronger (What Doesn’t Kill You)” and “Don’t You Wanna Stay.” 402 more words

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Interview: Kelly Clarkson Loves Country But 'Will Always Make Pop Records'

In late 2012, Kelly Clarkson released Greatest Hits—Chapter One. The album was filled with breakup anthems including “Since You’ve Been Gone,” “Stronger (What Doesn’t Kill You)” and “Don’t You Wanna Stay.” 402 more words

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Interview: Kelly Clarkson Loves Country But 'Will Always Make Pop Records'

In late 2012, Kelly Clarkson released Greatest Hits—Chapter One. The album was filled with breakup anthems including “Since You’ve Been Gone,” “Stronger (What Doesn’t Kill You)” and “Don’t You Wanna Stay.” 402 more words

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Interview: Kelly Clarkson Loves Country But 'Will Always Make Pop Records'

In late 2012, Kelly Clarkson released Greatest Hits—Chapter One. The album was filled with breakup anthems including “Since You’ve Been Gone,” “Stronger (What Doesn’t Kill You)” and “Don’t You Wanna Stay.” 402 more words

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Interview: Kelly Clarkson Loves Country But 'Will Always Make Pop Records'

In late 2012, Kelly Clarkson released Greatest Hits—Chapter One. The album was filled with breakup anthems including “Since You’ve Been Gone,” “Stronger (What Doesn’t Kill You)” and “Don’t You Wanna Stay.” 402 more words

Music

Interview: Kelly Clarkson Loves Country But 'Will Always Make Pop Records'

In late 2012, Kelly Clarkson released Greatest Hits—Chapter One. The album was filled with breakup anthems including “Since You’ve Been Gone,” “Stronger (What Doesn’t Kill You)” and “Don’t You Wanna Stay.” 402 more words

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