The Kelly Clarkson Show, April 17, 2024, “Michael Douglas, Sunny Choi, ERNEST”

The Kelly Clarkson Show

The Kelly Clarkson Show returns on Wednesday April 17, with an exciting lineup, welcoming legendary actor Michael Douglas, pianist and composer Sunny Choi, and country music singer-songwriter ERNEST

Michael Douglas, a Hollywood veteran with a prolific career spanning five decades, joins Kelly to discuss his iconic roles and enduring cultural impact. Known for his era-defining performances in films such as “Wall Street,” “Fatal Attraction,” and “Basic Instinct,” Douglas has also established himself as a successful producer, winning two Academy Awards for his work. He will be talking to Kelly about his new Apple TV+ series Franklin.

Sunny Choi, a contemporary pianist and composer, will grace the show with her presence. Choi, who has already charted in Billboard’s “Next Big Sound,” is known for her therapeutic concerts, where she encourages audiences to tap into their emotions and share their stories. Choi is currently pursuing her Ph.D. in music education at New York University while also pursuing her career as a recording artist.

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ERNEST, the stage name of Ernest Keith Smith, is an American country music singer-songwriter. With influences ranging from hip-hop to country, ERNEST has crafted a unique sound that has earned him nine No. 1 hits so far. His debut single, “Flower Shops,” a collaboration with Morgan Wallen, became a Platinum-certified success in 2022.

Plus Kellyoake today is the song “Invincible” and Kelly is also covering the olympic games in “100 days to Paris.”

The Kelly Clarkson Show airs on NBC Syndicated stations at 3:00 p.m. on Wednesday, April 17, 2024.

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