A Kelly Clarkson Hit Was Put Through Google Translate. She Still Made It Sound Great.

Give a listen to "Too Strong (If You Don’t Kill It)."

Thanks to Jimmy Fallon, we regularly get to hear our favorite songs after they've been put through Google Translate in another language and put back into English. The original American Idol winner Kelly Clarkson got a taste of these hilarious shenanigans last night, when she heard one of her biggest hits like never before.


Fallon kicked things off by performing a take on Portugal. The Man's 2017 hit "Feel It Still," which became "Live in the Boat." After that, Clarkson got up to sing a version of 2011's "Stronger (What Doesn't Kill You)," which had been turned into "Too Strong (If You Don't Kill It)." If you think the title change is great, just wait.

The lyrics for Clarkson's jam are totally topsy-turvy. "Think you've had the last laugh" is now "Think of creation," "Stand a little taller" is now "Remain in a small place," and "Footsteps even lighter" is now "My legs are increasing." Neither Clarkson nor Fallon could hold it together and, honestly, neither can we.

To finish off the segment, both Fallon and Clarkson joined forces for a duet: Sonny & Cher's 1965 tune "I Got You Babe," which morphed into "I Have Your Child." There's really only one way to sum up what happens next and the new The Voice coach totally nails it with three simple words: "That's so creepy."

Watch Jimmy Fallon and Kelly Clarkson sing Google Translate Songs here:


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