Kelly Clarkson's 'VH1 Unplugged' Will Debut Online First in November
The "American Idol's" installment of the concert series will premiere on the internet before airing on the network.
American Idol’s first winner, Kelly Clarkson, appears on VH1’s stripped down concert series, Unplugged, two days earlier than its VH1 airing online. VH1 Unplugged: Kelly Clarkson will debut on unplugged.vh1.com on Thursday, Nov. 17 at 8 p.m. ET.
After its online premiere, fans can watch it on the Palladia channel on Friday, Nov. 18 at 11 p.m. before it airs on VH1 on Saturday, Nov. 19 at 9 p.m.
The Grammy winning Clarkson will perform songs from her upcoming album, Stronger (which releases on Oct. 24), as well as fan favorites from her decade-spanning career, which includes four studio albums and seven Billboard 100-hitting singles.
Clarkson released some of her new songs from the album, including “Mr. Know It All,” and “What Doesn’t Kill You (Stronger).” Clarkson's new track “Don’t You Wanna Stay” with Jason Aldean has been nominated for “Single Of The Year: Vocal Collaboration” and “Music Video: Duo, Group or Collaboration" for the 2011 American Country Awards.
As part of her promotional tour, she will perform on Dancing With the Stars Tuesday at 9pm on ABC. And she's appearing at L.A.'s Troubador on Wednesday evening.
VH1 will continue to air new episodes of Unplugged online at Unplugged.CMT.com, Unplugged.MTV.com, and Unplugged.VH1.com. This year, Thirty Seconds to Mars, Mumford & Sons, Adam Lambert, Adele, The Script, and Lykke Li have all signed on for their own Unplugged concerts.
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