Kelly Clarkson surprised fans with a soulful rendition of Taylor Swift's 2014 hit "Blank Space" at a Toronto concert this weekend, proving once again that she can pull off any cover flawlessly.
Even Swift herself was impressed with the performance, voicing her admiration on Twitter.
"Blank Space" is only the latest awesome cover from the "American Idol" alum. Here's a look back at six more times the 33-year-old did justice to other artists' tracks.
"Shake It Off"
Clarkson previously paid tribute to Swift with a jazzy, gospel-style cover of "Shake It Off" last year. "I love that song," Clarkson said. "Seriously, everyone gives Taylor such a hard time, but she can write a hook — I'm just sayin'."
"Bye Bye Bye"
It ain't no lie: Clarkson offered an acoustic version of 'NSYNC's 2000 hit "Bye Bye Bye" during a show in Buffalo, New York, last week. "This is a throwback to our junior-high days," she told the cheering crowd.
“I’m so excited to sing this song because I love this guy,” Clarkson said, before launching into Nick Jonas' "Jealous" in New York City earlier this month. “We’re going to be touring together in Canada after we finish here in the States.”
Clarkson treated Pittsburgh concertgoers to a heartfelt — and stunning — rendition of Rihanna's "Stay" two weeks ago.
Clarkson donned a gray hoodie before unexpectedly rapping Eminem's 2002 single "Lose Yourself" at a 2012 show in his home state of Michigan.
We're not sure what we love more: Clarkson's 2012 take on TLC's 1999 girl anthem "No Scrubs," or the original version. But one thing's for sure: We can't wait to see what song she covers next!