Kelly Clarkson wowed the crowd at her “Meaning of Life Tour” in Green Bay Wisconsin when she whipped out an amazing cover of the Grammy Award-winning song “Shallow.” 

Kelly Clarkson, Meaning of Life Tour, Shallow

via Kelly Clarkson’s Official Facebook Page

Clarkson had nothing but words of praise for Lady Gaga when she was introducing the song. She said that she had been rooting for her for a while now and she is really different but similar to Mother Monster.

“We’re really different but at the same time we’re really similar in the fact that she just loves music and that’s why she’s doing what she’s doing. Honestly, I remember her first single, we actually did a show together combined for some event and she is one of the only artists that has ever — she wrote me a hand-written note saying, ‘Thank you so much, it was an honor to open for you.’ ”

Clarkson even poked fun at her arrangement, because she was the only one on stage, and the song is originally intended to be a duet.

“So we’re gonna do our version of it because obviously, I don’t have a Bradley Cooper here, so I’m just holding it down. I hope I don’t suck, and if I do, I hope she doesn’t see it!”

Watch the amazing cover here!

Kelly Clarkson’s Tour

Kelly Clarkson, Meaning of Life, Tour, Shallow

via Kelly Clarkson’s Official Facebook Page

In support of her LP entitled “Meaning of Life,” Clarkson embarked on an arena tour. It opened on the 24th of January at Oakland, California’s Oracle Arena and it currently has 28 dates under its belt. It ends on the 30th of March at Greenville, South Carolina’s Bon Secours Wellness Arena.

In a statement, Clarkson gushed about her LP and her arena tour.

“Meaning of Life is the album I always wanted to make and I am so excited to finally be able to tour it. Even while recording it, I couldn’t wait for people to experience the music live, to not only hear it, but feel it. It has taken almost a year of planning, and I can’t wait to see y’all on the road!”

You can visit Clarkson’s website for full ticket information.