Kelsea Ballerini Wants Fellow Artist to Love Her Like She Means It

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She has a Top 5 album; a Number 1 hit song; a wonderful record label behind her; a plethora of adoring fans … what more could Kelsea Ballerini want?

Some love from Kelly Clarkson for “the first time”.

Kelsea’s friend quoted the country music phenomenon on Twitter today, tending to prove that a life-changing moment for the singer-songwriter would be a little bit of love from one of her own favorite artists.

Kelsea, drop your seaweed, because NashvilleGab wants to help you make your dreams come true. Let us analyze some data to prove that Kelly should give you “a moment like this”.

1. Kelly once begged Ariana Grande for some affection. Yes, it was for her eight-year-old stepson, Seth, because he loves the pint-sized pop star, but she begged, nonetheless. The fact of the matter is, Kelly hit social media and pleaded for attention and affection. In other words, she has been where you are, so she understands your efforts. The beggar becomes the begged!

2. Kelly won the aforementioned battle when Ariana Grande met Seth, Kelly’s stepdaughter Savannah, and Savannah’s friend in London. Meaning, her social media campaign was successful and she likely would believe yours should yield the same results. It’s only fair for her to give back, right?

3. Taylor Swift has loved you like she means it on Twitter, backstage at shows, and at parties. We all know that Taylor’s actions are practically religion and Kelly will probably agree that thou shalt honor thy Taylor.

In closing, Kelly is a level-headed person who will clearly see that all signs point to the fact that “[your] life sucks without [her]”. Okay, maybe it’s not that bad, but you are admittedly a little “low” and, perhaps, wearing your pain like “stilettos”.

Kelly, do a fellow female artist a favor and throw Kelsea a little love. Failure to do so may result in a special NashvilleGab Throwback Thursday post solely dedicated to a little flick called From Justin to Kelly.

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