CL Says Mike Tyson Inspired Her New Album

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The Kelly Clarkson Show published this video item, entitled “CL Says Mike Tyson Inspired Her New Album” – below is their description.

CL shares how Mike Tyson’s energy before he fights helped inspire her new album “Alpha.” CL also talks about her special relationship with John Malkovich, who also appears on “Alpha.” Tune in tomorrow for more with CL.

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