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Kelly Clarkson Previews 'Meaning of Life' Album In Unusual Way

(Radio.com) Kelly Clarkson decided to preview her forthcoming studio album, which will be entitled "Meaning of Life", in a most unique way: through the use of Snapchat filters.

Compiling the clips into one video that she shared on Twitter, Clarkson sings a line from most of the tracks from the full-length, skipping songs that have already been released.

The singer uses a different filter for each song, so every preview features Clarkson with cat features or a bushy moustache and eyebrows, her voice altered into a high-pitched squeal or a low baritone growl. And it's pretty funny. Check out the clip here.


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