[artist id="1231768"]Kelly Clarkson[/artist] will give fans a sneak peek of the video for her new single [article id="1602126"]"My Life Would Suck Without You"[/article] during Wednesday's (January 28) "American Idol" broadcast.
The "American Idol" winner, whose new album All I Ever Wanted is set for release on March 17, will make her return (sort of) to the show that launched her career when she partners with AT&T Mobility and Consumer Markets to give viewers a taste of what they can expect from the singer's new video. The full video will be available online at AT&T and via AT&T mobile phones for 24 hours after the preview.
"After 'Since U Been Gone,' we wrote all these songs for Kelly," the song's producer, Dr. Luke, explained to EW.com in November about the song. "This one — which I think is the first single — we had the chorus awhile ago and added the verse more recently.
"It's sick," Luke added. "She sings a song in two hours and kills it. You're just like, 'Holy sh--.' She has powerful lungs. She's like the Lance Armstrong of vocal cords."
The song [article id="1602587"]hit radio in early January[/article] and currently holds the #1 position at iTunes. Coincidentally, [article id="1602350"]"Idol" judge Kara DioGuardi[/article] also wrote a few hits for Clarkson, such as "Walk Away," from the singer's smash 2004 album, Breakaway, as well as My December's "One Minute."