Kelly Clarkson Playing Hard Rock Live December 13

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Say what you will about Kelly Clarkson, there's little denying she's got a set of pipes most singers would kill for. American Idol's very first (and most successful) winner has announced a fall/winter tour with a stop at Hard Rock Live on December 13. Despite what the naysayers believed, Clarkson is not a one hit wonder, as is evidence by the two huge hits off her fourth studio album All I Ever Wanted. "My Life Would Suck Without You" and "I Do Not Hook Up" might not be the deepest songs ever conceived, but there's no denying their popularity and Kelly Clarkson's staying power. Tickets aren't yet on sale, but stay tuned to Crossfade for information as it surfaces. As always, hit the jump if you're craving some video to go with your text.

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