Kelly Clarkson turns weird Tinder profiles into songs – watch

Clarkson sang a variety of real Tinder profiles for a segment on US TV's 'Jimmy Kimmel Live!'

Kelly Clarkson appeared on US late-night show Jimmy Kimmel Live! last night for a segment in which she sang weird Tinder profiles found online.

For the skit, the singer turned strange biography-style messages users wrote about themselves on the dating app into short songs.

Such messages included “I love my hairless cat, baking cookies and smoking blunts” and “I have a foot fetish and willing to pay for your mani pedi nails and worship your feet”.


Watch the clip beneath.

Earlier today, it was reported that an Australian live-music promoter recently sparked a debate when claiming that Tinder has “destroyed live music” as people go online to meet potential partners.


Last month (July 30), Kelly Clarkson performed a live rendition of Miley Cyrus’ ‘Wrecking Ball’ during a show in Indianapolis. The singer was accompanied by just an acoustic guitar for the cover.

Clarkson is currently promoting her latest album ‘Piece By Piece’, which was released in February. The LP includes the track ‘Heartbeat Song’, which caused a stir when listeners noted similarities between it and Jimmy Eat World’s ‘The Middle’, which came out in 2001.

Speaking to Rolling Stone, Clarkson said: “I didn’t write the song, I just sang it. But I didn’t catch that. Nobody behind the scenes did. What’s funny is that I was a huge fan of that Jimmy Eat World album! We actually thought our song sounded like The Postal Service – that was our big concern. I thought it was really cool of Jimmy Eat World to say, ‘Hey, no harm, no foul.’ There are only so many chords.”


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