10 Kelly Clarkson Duets With Male Singers

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Kelly Clarkson Duets With Male Singers include gems like 1. Don't You Wanna Stay 2. Under the Mistletoe & more. Kelly rose to fame after winning American Idol.

Soon after her victory, she signed a record deal with RCA. She recorded her first single "A Moment Like This" which initially became her best-selling single that topped the Billboard chart.

After a year, her debut album "Thankful (2003)" also hit the top on the chart. Her "Breakaway (2004)" album solidified her status as a pop-rock sensation, selling over 12 million records worldwide, and earned two Grammy Awards.

Clarkson is widely known for her soprano vocal range and her ability to perform acts of various genres. Her talent and skills have allowed her to team up with many other artists.

Below we have made a list of duets songs by Kelly :

Kelly Clarkson Duets With Male Singers

Song NameDuet Partner
Don't You Wanna StayJason Aldean
Under the MistletoeBrett Eldredge
Baby, It’s Cold OutsideJohn Legend
Keeping ScoreDan + Shay
Second hand heartBen Haenow
Don't RushVince Gill
All I Ask of YouJosh Groban
GlowChris Stapleton
Little Green ApplesRobbie Williams
Up to the MountainJeff Beck

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1. Don't You Wanna Stay

Don't You Wanna Stay is a Kelly Clarkson duet with country singer Jason Aldean. It is viewed as a classic power ballad.

The song is from Aldean's "My Kinda Party" album, released in 2010. It received positive reviews complimenting Jason's country sound and Kelly's powerful vocals.

Both artists performed this crossover hit on the occasion of American Idol season ten and the 54th Annual Grammy Awards.

They also performed live at the 2010 CMA Awards, peaking at number one on the Hot Country Songs and number 31 on the Hot 100 charts.

Lyrically, it was beautifully penned by Andy Gibson, Paul Jenkins, and Jason Sellers, pointing to the difficulties of finding and maintaining love. The single includes the element of pop and country music styles.

2. Under the Mistletoe

Under the Mistletoe is a Kelly Clarkson duet song with Brett Eldredge. It is a Christmas pop song and was featured in Brett's holiday album " Glow" in 2016.

It is a festive and romantic melody that presents the spirit of the holiday season. Both the artist gave the live performance on The Voice, during the Christmas season in 2020.

Their performances were praised by the audiences and wow their powerful voices.

The lyrics of the track were written by Clarkson and Aben Eubanks. It performed well on the Billboard chart, entering on top 10 in Hot Country Songs and Adult Contemporary.

3. Baby, It’s Cold Outside

Baby, It’s Cold Outside is a song by John Legend duet with Kelly Clarkson. It is a romantic ballad from Legend's deluxe edition of "A Legendary Christmas."

The two vocalists did justice to the melancholic song, with each other soulful voices. It has shown a more consensual and respectful interpretation through its updated lyrics.

The song differs from Frank Loesser's original version, in which the male pressure the female to stay the night. The new and modernized lyrics were penned with the help of Natasha Rothwell.

Thus, the duo performed this new version sound on "The Kelly Clarkson Show" with the band.

4. Keeping Score

Keeping Score is one of the best Kelly Clarkson song duet with County duo Dan + Shay. It is an emotional country pop ballad.

The single is from "Dan + Shay" debut album, launched in 2018. It has presented their distinctive and melodious voices.

The single is recognized as a soulful country anthem that emphasizes the importance of being present with one another rather than worrying about the ways to accumulate more things.

They both performed the song during the tour of Dan from 2019 to 2020. The artists also gave impressive performances at the 2019 Academy of Country Music Awards.

5. Second Hand Heart

Second Hand Heart is a song by Ben Haenow and a duet with Kelly Clarkson. It is an upbeat pop-rock track.

The single is from Ben's 2015 album "Ben Haenow", with catchy tunings and strong vocals from both singers. It is also one of the tracks included in Kelly's "Piece by Piece" album.

The lyrics explore the themes of heartbreaks and moving on, finding love again. Both of their vocals have complimented each other in this track.

6. Don't Rush

Don't Rush is a Kelly Clarkson song with country musician Vince Gill. It is a country track with a touch of country soul and soft rock style.

The single is the second act from her "Greatest Hits - Chapter One (2012)" album, one of her biggest hit albums. It has hints of the early 70s and 80s country sounds.

The duet was first performed at the 46th Annual Country Music Association Awards in 2012 which earned a positive review. Music critics have described their performance as "smoky, smooth, and understated".

The song was penned by Natalie Hemby, Blu Sanders, and Lindsay Dawn, presenting the idea of enjoying the journey rather than rushing through life events.

7. All I Ask of You

All I Ask of You was covered by Kelly Clarkson along with Josh Groban in 2015. The song was derived from the 1986 musical The Phantom of the Opera.

The single is a romantic ballad composed by Andrew Lloyd and sung by the characters Raoul and Christine. As an operatic pop sound, it serves as a dialogue between the characters.

The cover version was included in Groban's "Stages (2015)" album. They performed in a musical theater where both performers capture the characters and emotions at the same time.

8. Glow

Glow is a duet song by Kelly Clarkson and Chris Stapleton. It is a notable soulful country Christmas song.

The sound from Kelly's "When Christmas Comes Around" album, the single was released in 2021. It charted in 41st position on the Billboard Holiday Digital Song Sales.

Co-written by Clarkson with Danja, Jason Halbert, Hayley Warner, and Jesse Thomas, it is about a special person, missing from an otherwise Christmas. Chris's vocals perfectly complement Kelly's voice which has highlighted the track.

The single was praised as a "cheerful standout" by the critics.

9. Little Green Apples

Little Green Apples is a 1968 hit track covered by Robbie Williams with Kelly Clarkson. It was written by Bobby Russell.

The 60s hit song was performed by the duo in 2013 and was included in Williams's "Swings Both Ways". It was ranked on the top 14 charts in Mexico.

The song was successful for three different artists Roger Miller, Patti Page, and O.C. Smith in that era. However, Smith's version became a top 10 hit on the Billboard chart.

It was also been honored with two Grammy Awards for Best Country Song and Song of the Year.

10. I Would’ve Loved You

I Would've Loved You is a Jake Hoot collaboration with Kelly Clarkson. It is a country music type of song.

The single was originally written by Jamie Floyd, Dean Sams, and Jake. It is the fifth track from his album "Love Out of Time", released in 2021.

This song shows an emotional act about the choices that we make in our life and the consequences we face. It portrays the love of someone for the person that changes into hate due to the decision made by them.

The official music video of the song was performed at Wiltern Theatre.

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