This time of year, there are few things we like to see more than our favorite stars giving back. Just last week, we posted a story about Lucy Hale visiting a children’s hospital, and now, Kelly Clarkson is making our hearts grow three sizes bigger with a similar visit. On Friday, the pop-country crossover star spent her day at Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt in Nashville, performing an intimate show for the kids there before going room to room to meet and sing to all of the kids too ill to make it to the theater.
A longtime supporter of Musician’s on Call, Kelly was honored by the organization last month for donating her time and talent to the healing power of music. From the smiling pics we’ve come across on Twitter and Instagram, she used her mega voice for good again this past week, bringing joy to families and kids going through a tough time.
If this video doesn’t melt your heart, you just may be the Grinch:
— Shane Tarleton (@StarletonEnt) December 12, 2014
— Marisa Wade (@risawade11) December 12, 2014
— Musicians On Call (@musiciansoncall) December 12, 2014
— leah grubb⭐️ (@leahh_bethh) December 12, 2014
Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital is one of four charities that will benefit from Kelly’s Miracle on Broadway Concert, taking place at Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena on December 20th and featuring guests like Garth Brooks, Trisha Yearwood, Ronnie Dunn, Kacey Musgraves and more. Kelly will appear on tomorrow’s American Country Countdown Awards, paying tribute to her Mother in Law, Reba alongside pal Miranda Lambert.