Kelly Clarkson took a stroll on the darkish aspect for a canopy of Garbage‘s “Solely Glad When It Rains” throughout the Thursday (Nov. 17) installment of her namesake discuss present’s opening Kellyoke section.
Accompanied by her band Y’all, the instrumental ensemble was an alternate band to help Clarkson’s rocker vocals, recalling her 2004 hit “Since U Been Gone.”
“You’ll be able to hold me firm/ So long as you don’t care/ I’m solely comfortable when it rains/ You wanna hear about my new obsession?/ I’m driving excessive upon a deep despair/ I’m solely comfortable when it rains/ (Pour some distress down on me)/ I’m solely comfortable when it rains,” the discuss present host passionately sang.
“Solely Glad When It Rains” was launched because the third single from Garbage’s 1995 self-titled debut album. “Solely Glad When It Rains” peaked at No. 55 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart — the band’s first of thus far six appearances on the chart. Rubbish’s self-titled album, in the meantime, peaked at No. 20 on the all-genre Billboard 200. It’s the band’s longest-charting album on the chart.
Hearken to Kelly Clarkson’s cowl of “Solely Glad When It Rains” within the video above.