Kelly Clarkson revealed that she once had a role with her after she was mistaken for “American Idol” winner Carrie Underwood by a fan.
Clarkson was the first winner of “American Idol”, but hardly the last. Season 4 now sees the nation’s superstar Underwood as the coveted title, which Clarkson reported sometimes caused a bit of confusion among fans.
The “Talk of You” singer said on her talk show on Friday that she once had an awkward encounter with a young woman who approached her for an autograph.
“This girl came to me and was like, ‘Oh my God, your song’ So Small ‘is one of my favorites,” Clarkson explained. “And I kept thinking, ‘I don’t have a song” so small.’ ‘And then he said another song and I liked,’ Oh, you think I’m Carrie Underwood. ”
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She revealed that she was not quite sure what was the best thing in the bizarre encounter and opted not to correct the fan.
“And I really don’t see anything like Carrie Underwood,” she said. “I was so embarrassed for him that I was just … He was like, ‘Can you sign it?” And I totally signed ‘Carrie Underwood’. I think that may be illegal! ”
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The topic came up during a game when Clarkson played with guests Michelle Bateau and Cheryl Hines in which they discussed how they would react to various awkward situations, prompting other women to reveal that He had similar experiences with people mistreating Kim Wessels and Julie Bowen. .
This is not the first time Clarkson has told a story about being mistaken for Underwood. As Page Six notes, she appeared on the Z100’s Elvis Duron and The Morning Show in 2016 to tell a similar story.
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“People come to me all the time,” Clarkson explained .. “Well, we don’t look alike, we don’t hear anything alike, there’s nothing like that about us, really, except We were both ‘Idol’. People always like, ‘I Love You Song, “So Small,” and I Like, Thank You.’ Thank you, I think you’re thinking I’m Carrie Underwood. ‘It’s always! “