Kelly Clarkson Wants to Collaborate With These Two Country Stars

Country music artists are all about supporting each other, especially the women. A recent exchange on Twitter between three prominent female acts shows just that.

"Burning House" singer Cam took to social media on Monday to share her love of Kelly Clarkson, which resulted in a response from Kelsea Ballerini as well.

"Just spent the morning getting lost in [Kelly Clarkson] videos. Jeez she is everything. Emotive, crazy range, genuine. Le sigh," Cam writes in her sweet message.

Ballerini chimed in, writing, "One of Music's greatest gifts. I agree."

When Clarkson saw the loving messages, she responded with admiration for both of the country artists while bringing up the possibility of a trio performance.

"Ladies, what?! So nice. Big fan of both of you as well! I say this calls for a beautiful trio performance at some point," Clarkson replied, adding clapping, party hat and smiling emojis.

If these three women ever were to perform together, we know that it would be an unforgettable collaboration.


However, it wouldn't be the first time Clarkson collaborated with artists in country music. She was introduced to the genre in 2010 on her single with Jason Aldean, "Don't You Wanna Stay," as well as her duets with Reba McEntire and Vince Gill.

Photo Credit: Twitter / @SBS_Life