Kelly Clarkson can do no wrong, and her recent cover of Shania Twain's "You're Still The One" while on tour in Ontario proves that yet again. Not only are we digging the throwback to early 2000s country-pop, but were loving Kelly's cover-palooza (she's also put her own spins on Madonna and Paramore recently). Honestly, Kel could spend an entire evening singing the ABCs and we'd still swoon like fools.
Watch Kelly Clarkson cover Shania Twain's "You're Still The One" after the jump.
A fan video captures Kelly chatting with the audience about being a Shania Twain fan as she admits that Shania's 1995 album, The Woman In Me, was the first record of the country singer's she ever purchased. (She's still rocking those amazing bangs, BTW.) We imagine a younger Kel probably listened to Shania on repeat (because who didn't?) and decided that -- when she was also famous with a gazillion bajillion fans -- she was going to woo them with her own kick-ass rendition of a Shania classic. Kelly's infamous powerhouse voice DOMINATES, per usual, and the fans eat the entire thing up.
If Kelly's debating going country-pop on a future album, we're all aboard. Major plus: Her bangs would look supercute under a cowboy hat.