Kelly Clarkson, 41, looked stunning with a new hairstyle that included fluffy bangs on her talk show! The singer debuted an epic look on set The Kelly Clarkson Show On Monday, I paired it with fashionable clothes. She was wearing a black short-sleeved shirt and a long metallic gold skirt while her long blonde hair was loose and wavy.
Jamal met the photos with the guests of the episode, including them Leslie Jones And Ian SomerhalderShe looked radiant and had a wonderful smile. She added black shoes and gold earrings to her overall look as well.
As soon as she posted photos of her new bangs, her fans couldn’t help but gush about how much they loved the different style. “Incredible hair!” One fan cheered, while another wrote: “Here for the hair.” A third shared: “Love the bangs, love the show, love you girl,” and a fourth wrote: “I think I’ll get bangs now!”
Kelly’s memorable new hairstyle comes after she made headlines for her reveal Taylor Swift She sends her flowers after every re-release of her album. “she She just sent me flowers. She’s very nice. She said HAdding that Taylor “was like, ‘Every time I release something’ — because she just did it.” 1989. I’ve got that cute jacket too.
“She’s known for being a great songwriter and a soundtrack to a lot of people’s lives and this is her life. So, you should have the option to own that,” she added.
Taylor’s sweet gesture to Kelly isn’t too surprising considering the former American Idol The winner was the one who suggested that she re-record her albums after that Scooter Braun She purchased most of her music catalog from Big Machine Records, leaving her to suffer the loss of ownership of many of her self-penned songs.
“Just a thought, you should go in and re-record all the songs you don’t have with the masters exactly the way you did but put in new art and some sort of incentive so the fans don’t buy the old releases anymore,” Kelly tweeted to Taylor in 2019. “I will buy all the new releases “Just to prove a point.”
Taylor has since reissued four of the six Scooter-owned albums and includes previously unheard bonus tracks that were not on the album at the time of the original releases. Each reissue topped the charts, which certainly proves the point Kelly wrote about.