Kelly Clarkson Reveals Her Surprise Role in Marrying a Couple on New Year's Eve

Kelly Clarkson made a gay couple's dreams come true during her Las Vegas residency concert by spontaneously witnessing their wedding. The heartwarming moment was captured in video footage from Clarkson's New Year's Eve performance at Planet Hollywood's Bakkt Theater. As the Grammy-winning singer was performing, she paused to interact with the crowd. Two concertgoers, Ryan and Marcelo, caught her attention. They revealed that they were scheduled to get married that night and asked Clarkson to be a part of their special moment. Without hesitation, Clarkson handed her microphone to the couple's chosen officiant, who then proceeded to perform a quick ceremony.

The crowd erupted in cheers and applause as the officiant declared, "By the power of Kelly Clarkson's show... I pronounce you both husband and husband." The joyous atmosphere filled the theater, and everyone joined in celebrating the newlyweds. After the ceremony, Clarkson took a moment to pose for photos with the beaming couple. She then spotted a woman who appeared to be one of the grooms' mothers and playfully said, "What did your baby just do?" Her wit and warmth brought smiles to everyone's faces. Clarkson took the opportunity to congratulate Marcelo and Ryan on their marriage, expressing her happiness for them. "You guys, that was so wonderful," she said, capturing the genuine joy she felt for the couple's union. The significance of this impromptu wedding was heightened by the fact that it took place during Clarkson's Vegas residency, which premiered in July.

 As the residency comes to a close next month, the memories of this extraordinary wedding will undoubtedly remain etched in the minds of everyone who witnessed the magic of that night. Kelly Clarkson's spontaneous act of love and inclusion serves as a reminder that music has the power to unite and celebrate diverse love stories. She not only brought joy to the newlyweds but also to the audience, creating a lasting memory of love and acceptance for all.