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#Kelly Clarkson

Kelly Clarkson performed a Google-Translated version of her song, and it's still a banger

“Don’t dodge my kid because I’m crazy.”

13 moments you might have missed from last night's American Music Awards

Rita Ora was not wearing a robe. Repeat: not wearing a robe.

Loads of celebrities have come out in support of Kesha in her case against Dr Luke

A judge has refused to end Kesha’s contract with the producer, who she claims sexually abused her.

Kelly Clarkson completely owned Katie Hopkins after she criticised her weight

We’re chalking this down as another loss for Hopkins, then.

The Dredge: Rihanna ignores the 'no nipples' rule

Of COURSE she does. The very best of the morning’s celebrity dirt.

Some things to make you feel better about the Beyonce betrayal Oy Bey This post contains videos

Some things to make you feel better about the Beyonce betrayal

Some dodgy outfits, Beyonce taking a spill, and a Kelly Clarkson burn…

10 best memes from the 2013 Obama inauguration Inauguration This post contains videos

10 best memes from the 2013 Obama inauguration

Sasha and Malia, Bill Clinton, BEYONCÉ. The moments from the inauguration that went global.

Bill Clinton photobombs Kelly Clarkson

Bill, you kidder.

From TheJournal.ie Barack Obama formally begins second term as US President Four More Years

Barack Obama formally begins second term as US President

The second term always begins on January 20 – even though the ceremonial inauguration won’t take place until tomorrow.

From TheJournal.ie Obama to be sworn in for his second term today... and tomorrow Inauguration

Obama to be sworn in for his second term today... and tomorrow

Tradition dictates that inauguration ceremonies are not held on Sundays but the US constitution says that a president must be sworn in on 20 January.