Watch Kelly Clarkson call out Austin Butler for being too perfect: 'Could you “be” any hotter?'

"This is rude to all men everywhere."

Kelly Clarkson has officially had it with Austin Butler being so laid-back and talented all the time.

The “Stronger” singer could not keep her cool after Butler’s Bikeriders costar Jodie Comer revealed that in addition to being a literal Golden Globe-winning actor, he also likes to make pottery in his spare time. 

“You make pottery?” Clarkson asked Butler during Friday’s episode of her talk show. “Could you be hotter? Like, what the hell?”

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<p>NBC</p> Austin Butler and Kelly Clarkson on 'The Kelly Clarkson Show'


Austin Butler and Kelly Clarkson on 'The Kelly Clarkson Show'

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Shaking her head as Butler and Comer laughed, Clarkson added, “What… [Do you] save children in your spare time? You volunteer for the Boy Scouts? I’m like, what else, Austin? Like, goodness!”

Austin unintentionally made Clarkson’s meltdown even worse when he revealed that he took up the hobby while “living in London” for a period of time. 

“That’s cool. When you were living in London. You know what,” she said, throwing her hand in the air as Comer and Butler began laughing. “You’re… This is rude to all men everywhere. No, that’s super cool.”

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Butler had previously explained that he picked up pottery shortly after touching down in London to film his Apple TV+ WWII series, Masters of the Air. 

“I got really into it. All the vases in my house were filled with flowers… I had made vases and things,” he said in an interview with Arizona's Family 3TV & CBS 5 in February. “And when I finished that job, I just gave all the things… I gave cups and bowls and vases and things to people that I had worked with.”

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