Kelly Clarkson Weighs In On Country Radio: ‘Y’all Don’t Play People with Boobs”



With just days to go until the premiere of The Kelly Clarkson Show, Kelly Clarkson has been everywhere doing promotion. Last night, the golden-voiced songstress chatted with fans on YouTube and Facebook Live in support of her new show.

During the live feed, she ended up on the topic of country music, and Clarkson made her opinion known as to its current state. “Country music is gone,” She says. “I don’t know who is making it, but there might be like four people…I just love country music ’cause it’s not what you’re playing on the radio. I’m mad about it, that’s right, ’cause I’m a fan. I’m mad about it, everybody’s mad! Y’all don’t play people with boobs either.”

Watch the clip below:

Clarkson goes on to list female country artists as some of her biggest inspirations, including Reba, Trisha (Yearwood), Patty (Loveless), Shania (Twain), and more.

Later in the feed, Clarkson admitted that there are current country artists she loves, including Kacey Musgaves, Chris Stapleton, and her “Keeping Score” duet partners Dan + Shay.

In support of the show, Clarkson also covered Dolly Parton’s “9 to 5.” Watch the hilarious video below as she takes on a bevy of different jobs.

The Kelly Clarkson Show premieres on September 9. You can check the show’s website for channels and times in your area.

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