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Watch this superstar absolutely sparkle with soul in this Christmas performance YouTube/CBS
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Did you catch Kelly Clarkson on the CBS TV special “A Home for the Holidays” on Dec. 19? If you didn’t, you missed some serious soul power.

Kelly performed on Josh Groban-hosted special, an annual holiday tradition aimed at raising awareness for adoption through the American foster system.

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As we previously reported, Kelly joined Josh for a powerful performance of “All I Ask of You” from the iconic Broadway musical “The Phantom of the Opera,” which sounded absolutely incredible. But she also flew solo for a performance of “Christmas Eve,” complete with her trio of backup divas and a horn section!

And can we just say, “slay, queen!”

Or should we say, “sleigh, queen!”

What can’t Kelly sing?!

She also looked festive and amazing in a black dress with red and gold accents and these killer gold, glittering platform shoes.

Kelly was one of three guest performers participating in the show with Josh. Kacey Musgraves was on hand to perform “Present Without A Bow” from her 2016 holiday set, “A Very Kacey Christmas.” Kane Brown also performed during the evening, giving us a solo version of his record-breaking single “What Ifs,” which won a Rare Country Award recently for Duet of the Year.

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It was such a special and important show, as real families shared their stories of fostering and adoption. It’s so amazing to see and hear firsthand how these families’ lives have been changed for the better.

We love Josh for hosting this special every year, and Kacey, Kane and Kelly for sharing their talents and being part of such a magical night.

You can relive the entire special over at CBS.com. And if you haven’t seen it, we encourage you to watch and be moved!

Samantha Stephens absolutely lives for music. When she's not making it, she's talking or writing about it. She's worked in all arenas of the country music world for nearly a decade, from syndicated radio and television to print journalism. She's even been known to crash a red carpet or two, true story.
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