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Kelly Clarkson started her music career in 2002 when she won the first season of American Idol. Shortly after, she signed a record contract with RCA Records. Her debut single, A Moment Like This reached the Billboard Hot 100 chart and became country music's best-selling single of 2002. A year later she released her debut studio album, Thankful. Over the course of her career she has released eight albums and sold over 25 million albums worldwide. In 2002 she won her first music award for Best Selling Single of the Year. After that she has won over 65 additional awards. When you see her live in concert you could hear Because of You, Stronger, Since U Been Gone and many more.

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