Kelly Clarkson would love to do an album of Christmas duets.
The 35-year-old 'Behind These Hazel Eyes' hitmaker has already released a festive album 'Wrapped in Red' back in 2013, but has now admitted she is looking at doing duets with other artists for another festive album.
Speaking to 'Entertainment Tonight', Kelly said: "I will listen to Christmas music in June, I'm weird. I could listen to Bing Crosby's record, Mariah Carey's record, or hell, I love my record. I just love Christmas music. It's such a classic sound. I know it sounds so weird but I loved that album. I had so much fun making that, all the musicians in it were crazy good. Since I've already done a full Christmas album, it's be fun to pick some of my favourite singers and maybe do like a duet thing. That would be cool! But after doing a classic Christmas album, I feel like it'd be hard to beat, just because of how it all came to be."
Recently, the singer admitted she would love to collaborate with Sam Smith and can vividly remember catching the 25 year old cover the late Whitney Houston's 'How Will I Know' and she was blown away by his vocal talents.
Speaking to the Daily Star newspaper, she said: "The UK have some great soulful, gospel singers. You have Sam Smith, and Adele killing it. Sam is such a great talent, I would absolutely love to work with him.
"He had me since he covered 'How Will I Know'. I was like, 'Excuse me - who is this boy right now covering Whitney Houston?' He is super super talented, I am so in."