Kelly Clarkson's New Song 'You Love Me' Leaks
Days leading to the release of her new album "Stronger", Kelly Clarkson's new song "You Love Me" hits the web. It's one of the materials which credits the former winner of "American Idol" as one of the co-writers.
Kelly is going to release the new album in the United States on October 24. She's going to celebrate it by holding a free concert at The Troubador on October 19. Tickets for the gig are given away based on "first come first served" term, but fans are encouraged to come to the venue as early as possible because access is not guaranteed by the tickets.
Next, Kelly will perform at 2011 American Music Awards on November 20 at the Nokia Theater in Los Angeles. She is joined by Jennifer Lopez, Justin Bieber, Katy Perry, Nicki Minaj, David Guetta, Maroon 5 and LMFAO. Beside performing, she is also battling Favorite Female Soul/R&B Artist along with Rihanna and Beyonce Knowles.
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