Kelly Clarkson Will Release “9 to 5” Duet With Dolly Parton This September
Kelly Clarkson has officially announced her next upcoming project. The former The Voice coach is set to release a “9 to 5” duet with Dolly Parton in early September. Fans cannot wait for this song’s release to streaming.
On August 26, Kelly Clarkson announced that her version of “9 to 5” featuring Dolly Parton would release to streaming on Friday, September 9. After hearing Clarkson’s version of the tune in Parton’s documentary, many fans are excited to hear this rendition.
“I’m so excited to finally announce the new version of “9 to 5″ I recorded with the legendary Dolly Parton is coming out on September 9th!!” Clarkson wrote on Instagram. “Thank you Shane Mcanally for making this dream a reality and putting this project together.”
Clarkson and Parton’s “9 to 5” remake is now available for pre-add/save on Apple Music, Spotify and deezer. We already know this duet is going to blow our minds.
Kelly Clarkson Sang This Song in Parton’s Documentary
It was announced earlier this year that Clarkson and Parton would team up to create an iconic remake of the legendary tune. At the time, the song was exclusively recorded for Parton’s documentary, Still Working 9 to 5. Since Clarkson sang a “melancholy” version of this song in the documentary, many are wondering if the duet will follow suit.
Ahead of the rerecord, Clarkson was no stranger to the hit tune. In the past, she performed “9 to 5” as part of her Kellyoke segment of The Kelly Clarkson Show. As always, Clarkson performed the song with her own style within the show. Her version of the tune kept Parton’s original pace and tone.
Earlier this year, Clarkson dropped her first Kellyoke extended play album to streaming. Within the album, fans heard several hits from her talk show. These tunes include covers of “Happier Than Ever” by Billie Eilish, “Call Out My Name” by The Weeknd, “Queen of the Night” by Whitney Houston, and more. Fans expect the same type of success out of Clarkson’s new track with Parton.