Kelly Clarkson Wore A Zimmermann Paisley Dress And Covered Wynonna's 'No One Else On Earth' — Watch The Video
Kelly Clarkson wore a blue and white paisley dress from Zimmermann on the Kelly Clarkson Show . Not only did she look gorgeous, but she wore the outfit while she covered Wynonna's classic hit "No One Else On Earth." Those who tune into the popular Kelly Clarkson Show are treated not only with a great program and fantastic interviews, but the American Idol winner performs a song in a segment called "Kellyoke." The covers get tons of social media views and plays and it's a popular addition to the show. Kelly is also getting plenty of attention for the above-the-knee paisley dress and fans are clamoring for details on the look.
The dress is called the Bells Paisley Short Dress and it retails for approximately $695. In sky blue and white, the paisley print is feminine and dainty. The dress is made from 100 percent linen and fabric-covered buttons adorn the front of the dress. It features a low-cut, V-neck front with a slight collar. The sleeves are blouson and light and airy. The dress has a relaxed fit and a loose flowing skirt.
Kelly wore her hair long and blonde and parted down the middle in soft waves. She paired the look with large, beaded hoop earrings and painted her nails an icy blue color to complement the dress.
You may see a photo of Kelly that shows a full-length view of the dress as Kelly sang "No One Else On Earth" by Wynonna below.
You may see Kelly Clarkson perform the song while wearing the gorgeous outfit below.
You may see the full dress as it appears on the Zimmermann site below.
What do you think about Kelly Clarkson's outfit? Do you like the Bells Paisley Short Dress? Are you a fan of the Kelly Clarkson Show? What do you think about Kellyoke? Do you have any favorite covers that she has performed on the show?
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