The Voice judge Kelly Clarkson tried to fight back the tears as she listened to a gay couple perform the spinners ”could it be I’m falling in love”. The duo explained they chose the song as it felt very personal to their experience since they fell in love with themselves once they started singing together.
Adam told the four judges Blake Shelton, Adam Levine, Jennifer Hudson, and Kelly Clarkson that “We met and we fell in love, actually,” as he describes how he got together with Jerome, his singing partner.
Clarkson seemed to be the soft-eyed girl amongst the Judges as she was quick to get into the emotional zone while Adam was still talking.
Clarkson said as tears rolled down her cheeks it’s going to sound super cheesy, and I’ll try not to cry because I’m that girl, but… In a time in this country where it’s so divisive, this is such a beautiful thing,”
Kelly who performed at former president Barack Obama’s second presidential inauguration in the year 2013, has been famous for using her platform to voice out some political opinions.
Kelly had voiced out her opposition for President Trump during the 2016 presidential election and also spoke up in favour of gun control during the Billboard Music Award in 2018. The “stronger” singer told New York Times last year during an interview“It would be a disgrace if I didn’t have an opinion. It would be a cruel irony to all these people who live in different countries who don’t have an opinion, and don’t count, for me not to take full advantage of all the opportunities that are laid before us here in this nation.”
And when the appeared on the voice, it was no different.
The singer told the cheering audience as she commented on OneUp’s performance “It is proof that in this country, love is limitless,” “It’s the most beautiful thing that’s happened to me this season,” Kelly concluded. “I love it—I mean, your voice is undeniable.”
“I want to be in the family!” Hudson then remarked as she accepted Adam’s invitation to join them on stage with other members of their family