Kelly Clarkson Fans Beg for ‘an Eras Tour of This Woman’ After She Performs ‘Deep Cut’

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Kelly Clarkson's fans can't get enough of her covers—even when she's singing her very own tunes.

In fact, it seemingly makes them appreciate her previous hits even more, as they are reminded of some of the great songs she's given to music that aren't necessarily as popular as some of her other smash hits.

In a recent Kellyoke session on The Kelly Clarkson Show, the powerhouse vocalist took on her 2009-released pop-rock track "Whyyawannabringmedown" from her fourth studio album, All I Ever Wanted.

Hearing the song evoked a wave of emotions from viewers, who effectively were in their feelings after the riveting and energetic delivery of the tune.

"She really decided to perform her own songs and make them sound even BETTER🔥," one insisted on Instagram, while another campaigned, "I need an Eras World Tour of this woman!!!!" referencing Taylor Swift's highly-popularized Eras Tour, which takes fans through the different "eras" of her music.

"15 years later, and it still slaps. 🔥❤️," a third proclaimed, as a fourth dubbed the selection a "Deep cut!"

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Meanwhile, in the comments of the YouTube video, which was uploaded after the show on Thursday, May 30, fans were just as elated.

"Kelly seriously needs to put out another pop rock record. We deserve full blown pop rock with her grown a-- woman vocals," one hoped of her reviving the genre for her next project.

"This woman has to be one of the greatest vocalists of all times without a single doubt," another comment read—and it's a statement we simply cannot disagree with!

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