On Tuesday, the daytime talk show host performed the tune during her Kellyoke segment
On Tuesday, the daytime talk show host performed one of 31-year-old Cyrus' songs during her Kellyoke segment.
Taking the stage before her studio audience, Clarkson, 41, did her own rendition of Cyrus’ 2023 hit “Jaded.”
“I don't wanna call and talk too long / I know it was wrong, but never said I was sorry / Now I've had time to think it over / We're much older and the bone's too big to bury,” the American Idol winner began in her cover of the ballad.
Clarkson wore a multi-color, color-block dress for the performance, as her band played behind her. The studio lights were set to a calming purple to set the tone.
“GIRL. Keep doing your thang. The covers keep getting better and better!” one commenter wrote on a clip shared on YouTube.
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It’s the second time this month Clarkson has covered one of Cyrus’ latest songs.
On Jan. 11, the “Since U Been Gone” hitmaker sang another recent release from Cyrus' music collection — this time opting to do "Used to Be Young" during the Kellyoke segment.
The world was introduced to "Used to Be Young" in August 2023, a decade after she dropped her No. 1 hit "Wrecking Ball" and delivered a controversial performance at the MTV VMAs with Robin Thicke. In the song's lyrics, she looks back on her partying days and reflects on how she's changed with time.
At the time, Cyrus and fellow Disney Channel alum Selena Gomez came out with a nostalgic collaborative effort to promote their new releases. It featured a throwback clip of Gomez, 31, appearing on an episode of Cyrus’ hit television series Hannah Montana as rival Mikayla Skeech.
“@mileycyrus and I both have a SINGLE SOON and we are releasing on the same day,” the Only Murders in the Building actress said on an Instagram Story. “We have been friends since we USED TO BE YOUNG. Excited for August 25th!”
Both "Used to Be Young" and “Jaded” appear on Cyrus’ latest studio album, Endless Summer Vacation, which was released in March 2023.
On Jan. 13, Cyrus celebrated one year since the release of her single “Flowers.” The song was the first track ahead of the new album’s rollout.
“One year ago today ‘Flowers’ started making people happy & that makes me happy,” she captioned a black-and-white Instagram post of herself posing with a flower.
“Love you. Thank you,” she added before signing off the message with, “XO MC.”
The single spent eight weeks at the top of the U.S. Billboard charts and skyrocketed to the top of Spotify’s charts.
The track became the most-streamed song in a single week in the app’s history, which prompted Cyrus to thank both Spotify and her “amazing fans" on social media for the achievement.
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