Kelly Clarkson’s “People Like Us” Video has Colorful Message

Is there anything Kelly Clarkson can’t do? The Original American Idol winner released her first greatest hits album, “Greatest Hits – Chapter One” at the end of 2012 and has since  won a Grammy for Best Pop Vocal Album in Stronger, is writing a Christmas album in addition to her sixth studio album (due out in 2014), spotlights in a pilot for the new comedy The Crazy Ones on CBS, is in the running to become an Idol judge next season, and will join Maroon 5 (also a nominee for Best Pop Vocal Album) on their 2013 Honda Civic Tour.  Oh yeah, she’s also planning a wedding that Blake Shelton is slated to officiate.

Most recently though, Clarkson released her newest music video for her latest single, “People Like Us.”

The song praises uniqueness and individualism – two things Kelly is no stranger to preaching. She understands the importance of diversity and encourages her listeners to accept their own (and others). We’re reminded that it’s our differences that make this world colorful; we should stand up for ourselves and embrace our idiosyncrasies. Freedom comes when we stop examining ourselves and letting others do the same.

“People like us we’ve gotta stick together/ Keep your head up, nothing lasts forever / Here’s to the damned, to the lost and forgotten/ It’s hard to get high when you’re living on the bottom,”

In August, Clarkson with Maroon 5, will head on a 34-City tour. To watch Kelly Clarkson live in concert, you’ll pay an average of $227. The price tag is half the cost that it was two months ago when we took a look at Honda Civic Tour ticket prices. The show at  Sleep Train Amphitheatre-Wheatland on October 1 remains among the cheapest. Average prices range between $158 – $388.

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