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Kelly Clarkson covers ABBA, Backstreet Boys, Don McLean and more

What’s better than Kelly Clarkson covering ABBA?

The answer: Clarkson covering ABBA and a handful of other popular songs from artists like the Backstreet Boys, Don McLean and many more.

That’s right, in last week’s installments of her popular “Kellyoke” singing series on her beloved daytime TV show, The Kelly Clarkson ShowClarkson gave fans a handful of renditions of songs from big-name artists like McLean and others.

Let’s check out the latest Kellyokes songs below, shall we?

To start the week, Clarkson covered the catchy song “Dancing In The Street” by Martha And The Vandellas. The rendition shows off Clarkson’s great singing voice.

As his show week progressed, Clarkson covered more catchy tunes, including Don McLean’s “Vincent” and “Show Me The Meaning Of Being Lonely” by popular boy band the Backstreet Boys.

To cap off the week, Clarkson offered two more stellar covers, including ABBA’s “Dancing Queen” and Kenny Loggins’ “Footloose.” If these songs don’t get you up and out of your chair, we don’t know what will.

Check back with American Songwriter next week for a full recap of Clarkson’s Kellyoke triumphs from the show week ahead. Go Kelly!