Carrie Underwood Eyes Another Idol for A Finale Duet…Kelly Clarkson


They may be the reigning queens of American Idol, but believe it or not, Carrie Underwood and Kelly Clarkson have never joined vocal forces for a show-stopping duet. And we think that’s an absolute travesty!

While in the UK for an appearance on X-Factor, Carrie told Dan Wootton that she hopes to pair up with Kelly one day. In fact, she hopes to do so at the American Idol Finale. “I’d love to collaborate with Kelly. We’ve never properly sung together, but maybe we will on the finale.”

Who do we have to call to make this happen? Ryan Seacrest, don’t let us down!
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