Kelly Clarkson Confirms She's Getting a Daytime Talk Show on NBC

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Kelly Clarkson confirmed on The Tonight Show that she will be hosting her own daytime talk show on NBC.

"I didn't think I'd ever do it," Clarkson, who is also a judge on NBC's The Voice said about the program which will be positioned to air before Ellen.

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The recent EGOT winner will debut in the chair in Spring 2019.

"I love talking. It's like my favorite pastime," the singer continued. Clarkson also announced that her show will feature her live band whom she tours with and will have a focus on singing and music. A pilot for the talk show has been filmed with no premiere date announced.

"If you don't like music, you probably shouldn't watch." she joked.

Clarkson's appearance on The Tonight Show also featured the American Idol alum creating a doo-wop song on an iPad alongside host Jimmy Fallon and fellow guest Queen Latifah. The segment featured Fallon mixing together singing samples from the trio in order to create a song.

Clarkson made headlines recently when she announced a 2019 North American tour that is set to kick off on Jan. 24 at the Oracle Arena in Oakland before wrapping up on March 30 at the Bon Secours Wellness Arena in Greenville, S.C.

By Wade Sheridan

Originally published in UPI Entertainment News.

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