AceShowbiz - Garth Brooks has managed to make Kelly Clarkson cry. The "If Tomorrow Never Comes" crooner visited "The Kelly Clarkson Show" for an episode aired on Monday, November 25, and delivered a cover of "To Make You Feel My Love" that left the first "American Idol" winner choked up.
In the episode, Garth and Kelly were discussing the 57-year-old's favorite songs to cover when the latter mentioned her misconception about the romantic tune. "I had no idea Bob Dylan existed when I was a kid," she spilled. "No one around me listened to Bob Dylan, but I sure as hell knew your version. And I thought it was a Garth Brooks song - like, until I was 20."
As his response, the husband of fellow singer Trisha Yearwood began to serenade the 37-year-old with an acoustic version of the song. By the end of it, the "Since U Been Gone" hitmaker wiped her tears and told him, "If you would have told me as a kid that that moment would have happened? I'm sorry. I just can't believe my life sometimes, that you're just sitting here serenading me."
During the chat, Garth also talked about the variety of music he listened to when he grew up. He noted that as the youngest of six kids who had different taste from his parents, he learned to sing an array of tunes from Otis Redding's "(Sittin' On) The Dock of the Bay" to James Taylor's "Fire and Rain". His ease at delivering renditions of the songs prompted Kelly to dub him as "the Meryl Streep of music".
Kelly herself did a cover of "To Make You Feel My Love" on her show back in October. At the time, the "Broken & Beautiful" singer teamed up with "The Politician" actor Ben Platt to deliver their version of the Bob Dylan classic.