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Kelly Clarkson Sings Backward on Jimmy Fallon's 'Tonight Show'

By    |   Wednesday, 01 November 2017 06:10 PM

Kelly Clarkson appeared on Jimmy Falon's "Tonight Show" on Tuesday and sang her hit song "Since You've Been Gone" backward.

Fallon challenged the new coach of "The Voice" to perform backward after she told him she knows her songs forward and backward because "I'm a professional," Entertainment Weekly reported.

Inspired by some YouTube videos where artists perform songs backward, Fallon had Clarkson give it a try, with the lyrics posted on the screen as well. Instead of "since you've been gone, I can breathe for the first time," Clarkson belted out "gone been you since, time first the for breathe can I."

The performance brought Clarkson to giggles since she told Fallon she has never tried to do any of her songs backward, even in private. Fallon seemed to enjoy the attempt though, showing off his air guitar during the power chorus.

Clarkson won the first season of American Idol in 2002 and signed a record deal with RCA records. She decided to join "The Voice" because she now has four children and it was an easier schedule for the family than returning to "American Idol" as it rebooted next year, EW reported.

Fallon and Clarkson also reminisced about meeting on the show 15 years earlier when Fallon was a guest on the show, then hosted by Jay Leno, along with Clarkson, Billboard reported.

Clarkson released her eighth album "Meaning of Life" earlier this year.

Twitter users couldn't get enough of Clarkson.

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Kelly Clarkson appeared on Jimmy Falon's "Tonight Show" on Tuesday and sang her hit song "Since You've Been Gone" backward.
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