You Have to Listen to Kelly Clarkson’s New Single ‘I Dare You,’ Featured in 6 Languages

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Kelly Clarkson recently released her new song, “I Dare You,” which was recorded in English, French, Spanish, Hebrew, Arabic, and German.

Clarkson spreads her song’s powerful message in a duet with five different international musical artists such as Zaz (French), Blas Cantó (Spanish), Maya Buskila (Hebrew), Faouzia (Arabic), and Glasperlenspiel (German).

Kelly Clarkson also released a global virtual performance video with her collaborators for the new song.

Take a look below.

The singer says “I Dare You” is all about “to love instead of fear and hate, engage with yourself again, and remember at the end of the day although from different parts of the world, we are all the same human race.”

Appearing on The Today Show with host Hoda Kotb, and Jimmy Fallon’s The Tonight Show: At Home Edition, she expressed on each show segment how it wasn’t the first time she’s performed in other languages, and that she grew up singing opera in German, French, Italian, Spanish, and Latin.

Kelly also shared that she only had four days to record the song in the five other languages. She thought that this song was a perfect release to globally connect fans, especially during this global pandemic when people need it the most.

Kelly Clarkson’s “I Dare You” track, featuring her multi-lingual versions, can be purchased here.