“Jingle Bell Rock” Gets Update From Kelly Clarkson For Latest Kellyoke

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The Kelly Clarkson Show is in full-on Christmas mode and we definitely aren’t complaining!

Since her show’s debut in September, Kelly Clarkson has had a few “Ambush Christmas” episodes where she makes it a Christmas-themed episode in the middle of October, like the one below.

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But now with just a week or so left until the holiday, she can make every day a Christmas-themed episode and no one has to be ambushed! As many fans know, she kicks off every show with a segment called Kellyoke, where she sings a cover of a popular song. Just last week she got in the Christmas spirit by performing “Run Run Rudolph.”

To open her Monday (Dec. 16) episode, Clarkson and her two backup singers came out from backstage singing “Jingle Bell Rock.” Her backup singers were dressed as Who girls, reminiscent of women from Whoville, because The Grinch was stopping by the show!

“Jingle Bell Rock” was first released in 1957 by country singer Bobby Helms and has been covered by many singers over the years.

Clarkson ended the performance with an unexpected high note that got everyone in the audience cheering. Click play on the video below to see for yourself!

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