Kelly Clarkson's never released a Christmas album of her own, but this year, she's popped up as a guest star on Cheers, It's Christmas, the holiday album by her buddy, Voice coach Blake Shelton. And Kelly's now going one step further, guest starring on Blake's NBC holiday special Not So Family Christmas, which airs Monday night at 10 p.m. ET.
In addition to singing the Christmas song "There's a New Kid in Town" with Blake, Kelly will also appear in various skits, which she says she was "excited and scared" to do. "When I showed up, I didn't know there were skits, and I actually love skits...I think it's fun, and people don't usually get to see me do stuff like that -- or any of us [singers], really," she says.
Describing the level of humor we'll see in the show, Kelly says, "This is gonna be totally Family Guy, like, South Park fun, like SNL, and I can't wait for people to see it. I love that I'm a part of it because I loved this kinda humor -- it's funny to me."
Kelly's just one of many special guests on the show -- others include Christina Aguilera, Jay Leno, Larry the Cable Guy and, believe it or not, even Blake's mom Dorothy Shackleford, with whom he duets on the album.
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