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Duets: Kelly Clarkson SINGS MOVIE MAGIC with Moulin Rouge's Come What May!

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Suddenly the world seems like such a perfect place!

She may have lost Jordan Meredith, but Kelly Clarkson made audiences feel the love with Moulin Rouge's iconic Come What May.

SUCH a brilliant song-choice if you ask us!

It was like Kylie Minogue sprinkled some magical green-fairy dust on the stage right before they went out, because Kelly and Jason Farol were feelin' it!

Sure… they could have used some more momentum toward the end, but it's overall a treat to watch (above)!

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6 comments to “Duets: Kelly Clarkson SINGS MOVIE MAGIC with Moulin Rouge's Come What May!”



  1. 1

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  2. 2

    Saw the movie with Nicole Kidman, was not too bad. Not a big fan of musicals made into movies, think the worst I saw was Evita, same song over and over again.

  3. m says – reply to this


    3

    Kelly Clarkson has a wonderful voice but it wasn't meant for her to sing.The original one is far better. Plus Kelly totally drowned Jordan out



  4. 4

    That guy sucked. Totally off except at the very end where even Kelly was giving him a look like "fucking finally you fucking ugly piece of shit" Kelly should have sang alone. That was terrible.

  5. prg says – reply to this


    5

    isnt kelly in brazil??? is this live?

  6. Jar says – reply to this


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    Re: teeter totter
    Moulin Rouge was written specifically for the movie. It was never a musical beforehand.